CONNECT’s private sector partner Hatemalo Seed Promotion Cooperative (HSPC) successfully delivered 2 days of refresher training for 23 Yuva Vayus on 23rd and 24th December. The training was delivered by HSPC’s JTA Bhes Bahadur Shahi with support from CONNECT. Topics covered by the training included seed nursery management, crop rotation, tomato-fertilizer top dressing, pest management control, quality vegetable and seed production, harvesting, timely seed management and marketing.
CONNECT's partner Belpata Dairy Cooperative (BDC) has invested to upskill farmers in their supply chain; on 2 July 21 Yuva Vayus in Dailkeh completed 45-day Village Animal Health worker training. At the end of the last day of training the best performer was given an award in the presence of BDC Chairperson Mr. Dambar Bahadur Khatri and Chair of Rural Municipality Mr. Lok Bahadur Dangi.
Belpata Dairy Cooperative (BDC), in collaboration with Madhya-Paschim Technical School and RAP3 CONNECT is delivering Village Animal Health Worker (VAHW) training to Yuva Vayus (YVs) in its supply chain.
After completing the 45 days training programme, the Yuva Vayus are expected to share their knowledge with their communities and provide technical services to other farmers in BDC's supply chain.
CONNECT partner Hatemalo Seed Promotion Cooperative (HSPC) has been delivering training to Yuva Vayus in their supply chain. HSPC delivered training on seed and vegetable production best practice, disease and pest management and vegetable seed management. Yuva Vayus are expected to lead by example, implementing their new learning and sharing best practices with seed producers in the farmer groups they represent.
The CONNECT team in Dailekh, Kushal Hamal and Birsha Nepali alongside Bhawana Dairy Chairperson, Tulsi Regmi delivered training on cost of production, price setting, sales strategy and RAP3's Code of Conduct to 6 Yuva Vayus (YV) in Dullu.
CONNECT’s partner Belpata Dairy Co-operative (BDC) are investing in their downstream supply chain by providing Village Animal Health Worker training for their Yuva Vayus (YVs). YVs are in-community volunteers that have taken on leadership roles mobilising, energising and shepherding the commercial farmer clusters they belong to.
CONNECT’s interns, Milipa and Niva, joined a training session on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Nepal at DFID Nepal’s offices this week. The training, arranged by the Risk Management Office (RMO), was delivered by Dr Mukta S. Lama, Tribhuvan University. Dr. Lama, an indigenous rights activist and Lecturer on Sociology & Anthropology at Tribhuvan University, Nepal. Dr Lama completed his doctoral studies in anthropology from Cornell University. His Phd was on 'Himalayan Indigeneity: Histories, Memory and Identity among Tamang in Nepal'. Dr.