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Officials from Japan review projects in Tseminyu

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By EMN Updated: Apr 11, 2024 9:36 pm
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Officials from Japan during visit to forestry intervention model area in Tseminyu village on April 10.

DIMAPUR — Officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of Japan, and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) on April 10 reviewed the forestry intervention model area in Tseminyu and Terogvunyu villages, which is being implemented under the Nagaland Forest Management Project (NFMP).

An update from NFMP Kohima stated that the Joint Forest Management Committee (JFMC) members have apprised the officials on various agricultural practices of the community during the visit to Tseminyu village. Besides, various records and registers maintained by the JFMC were also reviewed by the officials.

Speaking during a brief reception programme, Tokita Yuji, director of Country Assistance Planning Division II, International Cooperation Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, appreciated the support and cooperation of the village community in the project implementation. He expressed hope that the project would be further enhanced and implemented in a sustainable way in the future.

Yuji further expressed hope that the Japan government and his team would continue to work and enhance the relationship between Japan and India, Japan and Nagaland and Japan and Tseminyu village.

Also speaking during the programme, Wakamatsu Eiji, senior representative of JICA India, expressed happiness to see the project being well received by the village. He expressed hope that the project would contribute towards prosperity of Tseminyu village. 

In his brief address, Temjenyabang, CCF and NFMP project director (Administration, Finance and Procurement), expressed delight to see the progress made in the village with the support from the community. He further encouraged the community to cooperate with the department to take the project forward and also improve not just the environment, ecology, state or village but also the livelihood and economy of the village.

During the visit to Terogvunyu village, officials visited the village gate, constructed as the entry point activity under NFMP. They also interacted with the members of three self help groups selected under NFMP.

The SHG members briefed them on the various activities and how it contributed to their livelihood improvement.

Other officials included Hosaka Shun, second secretary of Economic Wing, Embassy of Japan in India, and Uda Chikako, senior development policy planning officer of Country Assistance Planning Division II, International Cooperation Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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By EMN Updated: Apr 11, 2024 9:36:30 pm
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