The Bee Effect: Bees’ role as pollinators, producers of a superfood, and the impact of climate change

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Pollination is one natural process, second only to photosynthesis that decides the future of the ecosystem. Three out of four crops across the globe depend, in some way, on pollination for successful human use; they not only contribute to healthy diets but also to maintaining and nurturing biodiversity on earth. Continue reading

Save Umngot Today, Save A Generation Tomorrow

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The Civilizations of man were moulded, shaped and breathed into life from dust through the ebb and flow of the mothers of civilizations – the Nile, the Indus, the Tigris and Euphrates. Empires and kingdoms have erected from free-flowing water … Continue reading

NESFAS and Partners plan for community resilience during COVID-19

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NESFAS organized an online webinar on the strategic plan to address the concern for the communities’ resilience in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic in consultation with medical experts, representatives from communities, and like-minded organisations, board members, advisors, and staff Continue reading

Mid-day Meal training programme at Pashang cluster by NESFAS

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India, having an immense youth population is at the brink of a new dawn and here at NESFAS, we recognise the potential that the youth holds and see the importance of education and nutrition. A lot of poverty-stricken families send their children to schools in hopes that they will receive a Mid-day Meal in the process, which will consequently reduce their financial burden. Continue reading

NESFAS takes active steps to combat COVID-19 in local communities

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NESFAS is reaching out to different communities within Meghalaya and Nagaland to spread awareness and to positively encourage community members to consider the COVID-19 vaccination.

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Khneng Embroidery Training Programme in Mustoh

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The 2nd of March, 2021 observed a stepping stone in the expansion and furtherance of Mei-Ramew weaves in Meghalaya and the importance of having adequate and trained human resources to carry out the same. The NESFAS team ventured into the lush village of Mustoh to commence the training of ten individuals in the age-old artform of Khneng Embroidery. Continue reading