FPA India, Nagaland Branch staff on Saturday conducted a capacity building orientation with partner agencies field health workers on sexual reproductive health with the aim to reposition access to family planning.
31 people from different agencies consisting of field health workers attended the program at reproductive health and family clinic of FPA India, Nagaland Branch - Kohima.
Topics such as MTP act, family planning, safe abortion, contraceptive methods and devices were discussed in the orientation program.
The capacity building program was facilitated by Vizovonuo Kraho, Counselor, RHFPC, FPA India, Nagaland Branch - Kohima. Referral slips were also issued to field health workers for easy referral and free access to services of the RHFPC.
It may be noted that FPA India service delivery points at Kohima follows “No service Refusal Policy” irrespective of fee or background of the client visiting the Clinic.
UNDP training on tea cultivation
DIMAPUR: A one day training programme on tea cultivation management practices organized and sponsored by GEF- UNDP, Mon was held on May 20 at Nangting Church farm Tinkang involving 5 villages under Tizit block.
Altogether 38 farmers from Tuimei, Shangsa, Lapa, Yapan and Nangting villages were trained.
During the training, the resource person deliberated on the importance of soil testing, election of tea varieties, preparation of nurseries and tipping and plucking and also stressed on the importance of tea as a means of self- employment.
Earlier, training on cardamom was conducted at Changlang and Jakphang villages on May 18 and 19 with Martha Chakruno, Subject Matter Specialist (plant protection) and Dr. Manoj Singh Sachan, Subject Matter Specialist (genetic & plant breeding) as resource persons.
The farmers were trained on modern techniques of cultivation with special emphasis on protection of crops from pests and diseases and field demonstration was also given to the farmers.