Trainers trained on gender and FNHW

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 3/27/2019 1:03:16 PM IST

A three-day Training of Trainers (ToT) on Gender for Social Action Committee and Gender Forum, an institutional mechanism to implement interventions on gender and Food, Nutrition, Health and Wash (FNHW) intervention works in rural areas, was held at conference hall, RD, Directorate of Rural Development from March 20 to 22.

In a press release, SPM (SI-SD), State Mission Management Unit, NSRLM, stated that Nagaland is one of the pilot states in India under DAY-NRLM on Gender Intervention, and so far, staff at all levels of the mission, management units, as well as community persons from select piloting blocks, have been sensitized and trained on gender.
The objective of the ToT program was to equip staff and community cadres with knowledge on gender and FNHW for intensified interventions. Block staff and community persons from nine resource blocks of the NSRLM were trained on various topics.
Gender and FNHW will be piloted across 17 Village Level Organisations (VLOs) in nine NSRLM resource Blocks under nine districts with capacity building plans and need-based interventions during the FY 2019-20. 
Resource persons for the training were Aasha Ramesh, national resource person on gender, NMMU, MoRD co-facilitated by Khriezovonuo Lhoungu Doulo, state program manager, SMMU, NSRLM and Block Level Trainers who recently underwent a ToT on Gender at Agartala SRLM. 


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