Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Nagaland Canaan Farmers School training

Nagaland News

Dimapur, March 5: In consonance with its mission objective of “Poverty alleviation and sustainable development” and to inculcate a culture of diligent work and leadership ethics, C-Edge College is gearing up for a four days intensive training under the 11th Nagaland Canaan Farmers School. The training is jointly organized by C-Edge College with the Ao Baptist Arogo Mungdang (ABAM) in collaboration with Life Ministry Learning Centre (LMLC) to be held from March 8 to 11 at the LMLC premises.
The theme of Nagaland Canaan Farmers School program is “Pioneering spirit project with rural community development.” The vision of the program is to eradicate poverty and improve the quality of life by sharing Canaan Spirit (Pioneering Spirit) and the development of simple and sustainable farm technology originated in the Canaan concept.
Trainers and speakers from ABAM will expound on the vision and objectives of the program and also impart hands-on experiential training. The movement of the Canaan Farmers’ School originated in Korea and was founded by the late Yong Ki Kim. The school was instrumental in transforming the life of people and attaining economic growth in Korea, powered by the Canaan Ideology of – Work, Service, Sacrifice.
(Page News Service)