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Induction training programme

8th March 2015: NEST organised an Induction training programme in Bokakhat Office in presence of Dr. Soumen Ray, Planning Monitoring & Evaluation Officer, of UNICEF, Guwahati. The main objective of the program was to brief the NEST team about the newly launched project called “Developing Model GPs on Children and Women” laying stress on strengthening of Panchayati Raj Institutions of Assam to uphold the issue of women and children in diverse socio-political environment under Bokakhat Block.

Craft Workshop in NEST

October 2014: NEST has organized a Craft Workshop on 15th to 17th of October 2014.The workshop held in the NEST training hall, Bokakhat.  Participants of the workshop came from three different villages namely Dhuba Ati, Durgapur and Aamtenga of Golaghat District of Assam. The

Global Hand washing Day celebration

11th October, 2010 Knowing own ‘hand’ is the single most health care measure that might reduce the infant mortality rate to a phenomenal extent in the country. Commemorating Global Hand washing Day, North East Social Trust (NEST) organized a series of awareness programs in Golaghat, Sibsagarh and Sonitpur districts of Assam and educating around 1,00,000 children across 1000 schools of these districts.

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8th March 2015: NEST organised an Induction training programme in Bokakhat Office in presence of Dr. Soumen Ray, Planning Monitoring & Evaluation Officer, of UNICEF, Guwahati. The main objective of the program was to brief the NEST team about the newly launched project called “Developing Model GPs on Children and Women” laying stress on strengthening of Panchayati Raj Institutions of Assam to uphold the issue of women and children in diverse socio-political environment under Bokakhat Block. In his speech, Dr. Ray of UNICEF, stressed on various rural problems which are...
March 2015: NEST organised orientation workshop on 8th of March for the upcoming project “Developing Model GP’s on children and Women” in collaboration with UNICEF in Bokakhat Field Office of North East Social Trust. The participants were newly appointed from different Gaon Panchayats.      The orientation programme was started with a participatory play-way introduction session with the participants. The workers were given an activity where the workers split into 4 groups and make them to identify five major problems in a village along with causes and...
October 2014: NEST has organized a Craft Workshop on 15th to 17th of October 2014.The workshop held in the NEST training hall, Bokakhat.  Participants of the workshop came from three different villages namely Dhuba Ati, Durgapur and Aamtenga of Golaghat District of Assam. The The weavers who has been practicing weaving in the Design development centre last couple of months also participated in this workshop. NEST has invited Mr. Binandra Kalita a renowned craft trainer; who has been working last 15 years in the North Eastern states of India. In this workshop artisans are motivated to...
Bokakhat, July 20th 2011: Around 2,027 children between the age group of 6-14 years are still remaining out of school in Golaghat district. Already Assam Sharba Shikha Abhijan (SSA) has completed its 10 years of functioning in the district with a sole motive of bringing all the children of that age group to the ambit of formal education. On 20th July 2011, NEST revealed its findings of the research work to the Elected Women Representatives of Golaghat West Development Block, Bokakhat. Using RTI, the organization gathered various information related to the elementary education in the...
11th October, 2010 Knowing own ‘hand’ is the single most health care measure that might reduce the infant mortality rate to a phenomenal extent in the country. Commemorating Global Hand washing Day, North East Social Trust (NEST) organized a series of awareness programs in Golaghat, Sibsagarh and Sonitpur districts of Assam and educating around 1,00,000 children across 1000 schools of these districts. “The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that diarrhea and respiratory infections are responsible for two-thirds of child deaths” Mr. Dwipen Das, the coordinator...

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