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Awareness camp held across districts
Published on 26 Mar. 2009 11:46 PM IST
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DIMAPUR: District level awareness camp for control of animal diseases cum training of livestock link workers was jointly organized by ASCAD Veterinary Department and ATMA Dimapur on March 24. Altogether 51 people participated, including ATMA officials from Agri & Allied Department under Dimapur district. The programme was chaired by Dr. Inato Jimomi, and welcome address by District Veterinary Officer Dr. VH Shohe. A short speech on the role of ATMA for upliftment of rural economy was delivered by DAO, Project Director ATMA, Dimapur. Resource persons for the programme included Deputy Director (ICDP) Dr. R. Temjen Ao, Deputy Director (Vety hospital) Dr. LG Zhimo and Farm Manager hatchery unit Dimapur Dr. Sunep. Invocation and vote of thanks was proposed by Dr. E Kapfo (VAS) and Dr. H. Hevito Shohe VAS, QCP, Dimapur. LONGLENG: An awareness programme on NREGA was conducted at Longleng on March 19 sponsored by State Legal Services Authority. Village chairmen and VDB secretaries of 30 villages under the district attended the programme. The function was chaired by Deputy Commissioner Longleng, President LTC and President PPC who exhorted the gathering and also thanked the NLSA for enlightening the people on such an important subject. Vigilance Tribunal and Chairman SLSA, Hukato spoke on the main topic on National Rural employment guaranteed act 2005 (NREGA). The house positively took part in interaction and questionnaire session. Panel for the session were Chairman SLSA, Presenting Officer (APP) and Civil Judge (Jr.) Longleng, O. Purniken Phom. Booklet of NREG act was also distributed to all the villagers. JOTSOMA: Under the sponsorship of Tribal Cooperative Marketing Development Federation of India (Ltd) Ministry of Tribal Affairs, GOI, The Nagaland Beekeeping & Honey Mission (NBHM) organised three-day training on Beekeeping at Jotsoma Village from February 11 to 13. Altogether 34 persons from Jotsoma Village attended the training. Resource personnel for the training included Neilazono Terhüja, Er. Temsukaba, members NBHM and Ruokuotuolie Vizo, Bee Expert According to Vithato Nakhro, Chairman, Jotsoma Village Bee Board, trainees were also provided with a bee box, a bee cap and important literatures. Further, Jotsoma Village Bee Board (JVBB) also extended gratitude to Mathung, Director NBHM and all the resource persons for sensitization the trainees on the importance of preservation/conservation nature for the survival of bee industry for the socio-economic uplift of the rural mass with the better Bee Keeping Technologies. Meanwhile, Jotsoma village has constituted a Village Bee Board on March 20 for three years tenure with Vithato Nakhro as Chairman, Neingurazo Nagi as Secretary and Visakholie Nisa as Treasurer. PHUGHOBOTO: One day block level awareness campaign with special reference to swine fever and avian influenza was held at Phughoboto on March 20. In the technical session, general outline, control, containment and prevention of avian influenza was discussed by VAS Phughoboto, Dr. Tekasangba Jamir, Dr. Kashepu on control and prevention of economically important disease s of livestock and poultry with special reference to swine fever. KOHIMA: Dunyis’ Multi Purpose Society Khusomi Village, Chozuba, conducted an awareness camp for formation of Self Help Group under the AHVY Scheme at Khusomi Village on March 18 sponsored by the Government of India, Ministry of Textiles, DC (Handicrafts). The resource persons for the programme were Nozol Angami, from the Ministry of Textiles (DC) in Kohima. Puleso Khusoh, Chairman of the society chaired the programme.

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