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Mid-day Meal training programme at Pashang cluster by NESFAS

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

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Increased diversity in mid day meals

Mid day meals are served to school children to enhance enrolment and nutritional status as part of the Government of India programme. NESFAS has worked with the schools to implement school gardens whereby the schools can get fresh vegetables to … Continue reading

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Learning from Farm2Food Foundation, Jorhat, Assam.

An exposure trip was organized to Farm2Food Foundation, Jorhat, Assam on the 27th and 28th September 2019. As part of the GIZ project “Enhancing nutritional diversity as a means of supplementing the mid-day meals of primary school children”, 29 representatives … Continue reading

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NESFAS hosts Local Chefs’ Competition and Mid-Day Meal Food Festival at Mawmihthied

Community members from Mawmihthied bagged the first prize at the Local Chefs Competition, held on Monday (September 23, 2019) at the Mawmihthied Community Hall, organized by the North East Slow Food and Agrobiodiversity Society (NESFAS). The competition was held under … Continue reading

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