“We in NESFAS and The Indigenous Partnership for Agrobiodiversity and Food Sovereignty (TIP) acknowledge and therefore promote communities and societies that have been founded on the matriarchal values of nurturing, sharing, non-violent social structures and gender equality. We believe that such communities and societies have traditionally championed sustainable and eco-friendly approaches to food, agriculture and the well being off all. Their traditional values still offer the best basis to promote local and global peace and justice but are unfortunately being marginalised by the current dominant values of patriarchal societies”.
-PHRANG ROY, CHAIRMAN, NESFAS; COORDINATOR, TIP
This year's first Mei-Ramew Farmers' Market moves to Tura, Garo Hills
This year's first Mei-Ramew Farmers' Market, the "Aman A•song Farmers' ...read more