Three days sales skill training held for CBF
Feb 27, 2023: Dang: Rural Women Development Center- RWDC in collaboration with iDE Nepal, has organized three days “Sales Training for Community Business Facilitators (CBFs)” from Feb 25 to 27.
The training was held with the financial support of USAID under “Reducing Post-harvest Losses through Access to New Technologies-Replant project ” which is being implemented by RWDC in 10 municipalities of Dang district with effect from December 2022.
RWDC founding chairperson Asmani Chaudhary presided over the opening session of the training, while the chief guest of the occasion was Ghansyam Chaudhary-chief of Agriculture Knowledge Center Dang.
The participants were welcomed by RePLANT Program Officer Sristi Shah while Insurance Supervisor Arbind Chaudhary was the host of the training program.
Ashta Prajapati the Program Manager of iDE, Sudip Bikram Kari –Agriculture Development Officer of iDE, Field Program Manager Kalpana Dhital explained about the role of CBS in the field through practical role model.
The Tulsipur Sub Metropolis Mayor Tika Ram Khadka also attended the program and shared his understanding of agriculture products and relation with sale in the market.
All CBFs are volunteers appointed by Agrovets in respective five palikas where they will be mobilized for groups sales and individual sales with farmers on commission basis by selling Hermetic Technology oriented bag that can be used for storage of grains for a a period of 4-5 years.
The second day and third day training sessions were conducted by Sudip Bikram Karki and Kalpana Dhital while supervisors Hema Poudela, Arbind Chaudhary, Sarita Rana, Program Officer Sristi Shah and Program Coordinator HB Thapa had also facilitated the training program on and off.
The third day closing sessions were addressed by RWDC chairperson Aasmani Chaudhary who also gave away certificates of the training to the participants. RWDC founding advisor Saugat Bir Chaudhary was also present during the closing ceremony of the training.
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