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Training for right management of livestock and resources

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Feb 11, 2024, Dang Ghorahi: Training for the right management of livestock and resources was organized at Narayanpur on Feb 9, 2024, targeting the 41 diseased and trait sickle cell patients;

The training was organized by Rural Women Development Center-RWDC Dang by selecting the participants from among the 41 sickle cell diseased and trait patients who were identified from the previous free sickle cell camp held in Narayanpur last year. The program is funded by Met Life -an American Insurance company in Nepal.

Around 15 beneficiary participants took part in the training which was felicitated by RWDC staff and agriculture and marketing supervisor Dhana Bahadur Bhandari along with an external resource person Hem Prasad Sharma as a Livestock Technician from Narayan livestock department hired for this training.

The participants include those who had opted for livestock as well as agriculture training for their livelihood.

The training was attended by RWDC treasurer Meera Chaudhary and moderated by Parbati Basnet.

Seasonal and Offseasonal Training held for Sickle cell patients at Naryanpur

Similarly the next day on Feb 10, 2024, Seasonal and Off seasonal Agriculture training was organized for the same group ( who attended the previous Friday, Feb 9 training on livestock) of a total of 15 participants from sickle cell disease and trait groups out of 41 identified in the last free sickle cell camp at Narayanpur.

This training was also funded by Met Life and organized by RWDC Dang.

The training was felicitated by agriculture technician Devis Deukota from RWDC and Dhan Bahadur Bhandari of RWDC with practical examples.

The training was moderated by Parbati Basnet and participated by Susmita Chaudhary from RWDC too.

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