JUMLA: Women in Jumla, the district in the far western region, have geared up for the conservation and promotion of locally produced crops.
They have been launching various public awareness, cultural and informative programmes with the support from local mothers’ groups and youth clubs to this end.
Women of Patmara, Dillichaur, Chumchaur, Patarashi, Guthichaur, Garjyangkot, Dopalgaun, Chandannath, Mahat, Talium, and Kattik Swami have launched a campaign aimed at conserving and promoting locals crops.
The campaign is expected to be supportive in making the local folks self-dependent in view of agricultural production. RSS
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