Adding up the IPM component in our safe migration project

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34 farmers of Damak are being trained on IPM practices, promoting young farmers to get the best out from agriculture.
Aiming to strengthen the livelihood of potential migrants and returnees family members, this 19-week training will make farmer realize an increase in productivity through the organic way.
With the support from Caritas Germany, our project “Ensuring safe Migration of the most Vulnerable people through Awareness and Capacity Building (SAMVAB) ensures the employment opportunities of migrants by providing them vocational and agricultural training, making them capable to earn enough in their own place being near with family, in 5 wards of Godawari Municipality and 2 wards of Damak Municipality.

Participants of the training at Damak Municipality ward number 3 in their plot. They have planted plenty of vegetables through IPM practice which has helped them to learn practically as well.

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