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Training on pig farming concludes in Wokha

By EMN Updated: Jul 18, 2019 10:59 pm
Resource persons and trainees of the pig farming under Livelihood Enterprise Development Programme (LEDP) pose for a photograph at the valedictory function on July 18.

Dimapur, July 18 (EMN): Training on pig farming under Livelihood Enterprise Development Programme (LEDP) with assistance from NABARD concluded in Wokha on July 18. The training was inaugurated by Poji, DDM Wokha, on June 20 at Mass Educational Welfare Society training hall, Wokha.

Chairman of Mass Educational Welfare Society, Lanchibemo Tsopoe, stated that of 167 SHG members from 28 credit linked and mature SHG from Wokha district were trained in five batches.

District Veterinary Hospital, Wokha, was the resource agency and implemented by Mass Educational Welfare Society, Wokha.

A brief formal valedictory function was held on July 18 with the presence of Lipok Ozukum, BM CBI, Wokha; Masheto Nandu, BM NStCB; and Dr. N Morothung Ezung, (VAS), District Veterinary Hospital.

Lanchibemo Tsopoe has expressed gratitude to NABARD Regional Office, Dimapur, for sponsoring the training programme. He also thanked the participating banks namely CBI and NStCB and resource agency District Veterinary Hospital, common resource persons, experienced pig farmers and the trainee for making the LEDP training a success.

He hoped that with the training programmes many genuine pig farmers would come up in Wokha with the application of modern scientific farming and uplift the social economic conditions of the district.

By EMN Updated: Jul 18, 2019 10:59:16 pm