Nagaland

Livelihood training for economic stability held

Livelihood training

Dimapur, February 18: Week-long livelihood training for economic stability was held in two batches, first from December 13 to 17 and second from February 7 to 12 for missionaries and seminary students from different mission fields in Nagaland, Assam, Uttarakhand, Arunachal, Meghalaya, UP and Nepal at Life Ministry Learning Centre (LMLC), Naga United Village, Chumukedima, Nagaland.
This training aimed to provide Livelihood Skills on Economic Stability to encourage Holistic Mission. The participants had a packed week and gained various skills on Holistic Mission, Sustenance Farming (IMO, Bokashi, Rice Husk Charcoal, insect repellent, WCAP and more), composting and gardening, Mushroom Cultivation, Fruit preservation, Handmade soap making, Confectionery bakery and biscuits, Pickle making, Basic first aid and Micro Business with both practical and theoretical sessions, interactive participation towards a self-sufficient life.
The mission of LMLC is to discover and unpack the potential of what nature can produce to achieve an abundant life.
The third training is tentatively set for March 15 to 19. (Page News Service)

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