ISLAMABAD: Agriculture Policy Tech Institute of Pakistan Agricultural Research Council has organised a training course for the fifth batch of 89 small farmers of Balochistan under RADP Sub-Project “Skill Development of the Farmers of Balochistan”. The purpose of the training is to build capacity of the farmers in area of crop sciences, horticulture, agri-mechanisation, water resources, animal sciences and value addition, said a statement Friday. Minister for NFS&R Sikandar Hayat Khan Bosan while addressing the certificate distribution ceremony said that under the on-going skill development programme, 1,000 farmers would be trained from Balochistan.
Published in The Express Tribune, December 17th, 2016.
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