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Ka kper skul, ka jaka ban pyniar ia ka pyrkhat pyrdain ki khynnah

By Mrs Hebi Suting, Head Teacher of RCUP Umsawwar School Ka RCLP bad ka RCUP Umsawwar kala sdang ia ka kper skul ha u snem 2016. Ha une u snem ki jingthung ba ki thung ki kynthup kum u tyrso, … 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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School garden: One way to defend our traditional farming systems

Lumstoin LP School in Mookyniang Khlieh Tyrshi village recently launched a new school garden on the 29th June 2018 in their premises. It all started in December 2017 when a team from the Thadlaskein Block approached NESFAS to help in … Continue reading

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It starts at home, the community, the school, and with school garden .

Workshop: Collective Action to revive indigenous food systems through School Garden. Over the course of interaction with the communities, a concern was raised for having a safe space where people can come together and start discussing about their concerns and … Continue reading

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Wahsohra LP SSA School join in on the Terra Madre Day Celebrations

  To celebrate Terra Madre Day, the school children and teachers of Wahsohra LP SSA school – East Khasi Hills District, organised an interactive workshop on the importance of Seed Selection, Storage and their Usage followed by a drawing session on … Continue reading

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Getting to know “GARDENS ACCORDING TO SLOW FOOD” – A report by Janak Preet Singh

On 23rd October 2014 at Terra Madre, Turin, NESFAS was given the opportunity to be part of a conference on gardens according to slow food. Here experiences were shared by groups from all around the world on school gardens and urban gardens operating in respective regions. Continue reading

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