A day long training on improved agricultural practices was organized on 20th May at Rajpara village in Chirang districts. 51 farmers from Rajpara, Nepalpara and Patalmari villages attended the training program. Surajit Kalita, subject matter specialist (plant protection) and Jyotish Sarma, farm manger, Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Chirang facilitated the training. The primary objective of the training was to generate awareness about improved agricultural practices so that farmer can get best yield in coming days.
The training is part “Livelihood and shelter recovery assistance for conflict affected IDPs and Returnees in Chirang District of BTAD, Assam, India” project funded by ECHO and supported by Mercy Corps. ANT and Ajagar Social Circle is implementing the project at 18 villages in Chirang district.