Compte-rendu officiel des Concertations pour le Sommet des Nations Unies sur les systèmes alimentaires 2021
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1. Mr Henry Kharrymba, a member of the youth in Mawlynnong village has expressed his interest and experience in developing bio-compost and solid waste management in the village by enabling collection, transport and proper dumping.2. Mushroom cultivation has already been initiated by Ms Trinity Kshiar, Ms. Alice Larisakhonglam and Ms. Crosbina Khongthiem in village however further interventions and support system for soil testing and preservation of the produce has been discussed with the science and technology researcher from IFS.3. Bee-keeping has been one of the primary occupation of the villagers. To further promote the business, Ms. Dapshisha Dkhar has decided to develop a marketing framework in support of this bee culture.4. A food garden with all the locally cultivable crops and fruits and a mini-digital library with CSR funding have been discussed and further modalities are being developed by the researchers of IFS in coordination with the village Youth.5. Mawlynnong, being regarded as the Cleanest Village in Asia, has one of the highest footfall both in terms of tourism and entertainment. In view of this, the youth of the village have collectively decided to capture the business and develop a confectionery with locally baked items and ArtiCrafts with bamboo.