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Nepal's President Bidhya Devi Bhandari inaugurates new agriculture laboratory

In Palaung, agriculture is the main source of income, the laboratory will benefit farmers and 1,245 students of the school.


Devdiscourse News Desk Nepal
Updated: 22-03-2018 13:27 IST
Nepal's President Bidhya Devi Bhandari inaugurates new agriculture laboratory

Inauguration of the laboratory symbolizes the strong foundation of education at school being turned into action. (Image credit: Youtube)

Nepal government and doTERRA inaugurated the new Agriculture Laboratory Building at the Janakalayan Secondary School complex in Palung. The laboratory was built with the collaboration of doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation, local government, and CHOICE Humanitarian Nepal.

According to Cision, in Palaung, agriculture is the main source of income, the laboratory will benefit farmers and 1,245 students of schools. Students will learn new techniques of farming and farmer will also have access to the technology for testing soil and disease in plants.

Inauguration of the laboratory symbolizes the strong foundation of education at school being turned into action, says Greg Cook, Founding Executive of doTERRA. He also appreciated the commitment of CHOICE Nepal in the completion of this project, as per Cision.

The doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation provides global communities with tools to become self-reliant, several other projects have been planned by doTERRA in Nepal such as:

Heated Birthing Room Project- Palung hospital has the birthing room which lacks heating system and creates a cold environment which is dangerous for newborns. A heating system is being installed in the prenatal and postnatal rooms.

Rasnalu primary health care center- This center will provide medical care to community members who have to travel at least two hours due to limited public transportation options to reach the hospital. The project is aimed to benefit at least 15,000 individuals or 3,000 families.

COUNTRY : Nepal

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