Engaging the disabled in agriculture: A transformative initiative

The Himalayan Times recently highlighted an innovative project by The Ability Development Society of Nepal (ADSoN), in collaboration with The Rose International Fund for Children (TRIFC) and Rotary Club Patan, aimed at empowering persons with disabilities through organic farming. This project provides rigorous training to participants, equipping them with the skills and tools necessary to become successful agro-entrepreneurs. With 57 beneficiaries so far, the initiative seeks to challenge societal perceptions about disabilities while addressing the need for increased productivity in Nepal’s agriculture sector. The ultimate goal is to create a more inclusive and economically empowered society. To learn more about this transformative initiative, read the full article on The Himalayan Times.

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