A 07-day residential training program for cattle-breeding was held from 02 December to 08 December in the Pushprajgarh development block under Madhya Pradesh Rural Livelihood Mission Anuppur. In the said training, women community workers from all the development blocks of Anuppur district were trained, various information related to animal husbandry, such as animal vaccination, breed improvement, animal feeding, breeding, disease control, etc. were provided in detail in the training. MLAs from Pushprajgarh area, Fundelal Singh Marco and Biru Tamboli were present as the chief guests at the closing ceremony.
In the closing program of the training, special support was provided by Block In-charge Mo.
The information given by MLA Pushprajgarh in the livelihood mission training was praised and told that I am the son of a farmer, I also have an animal in my house, so I am well aware of the topics of better care, treatment etc. There is a routine from eating and drinking to sleeping, in the same way that animals also need the same, the only difference is that we can speak and they cannot speak Can, we have to understand their needs and gestures because these livestock play a very important role in the livelihood of our rural people. The training was organized under the leadership of District Project Manager Shashank Pratap Singh. Continuous training was evaluated by District Manager (Rishi) Rajkumar Jatav. In the closing program of the training, special support was provided by Block In-charge Mo. Tariq, Sandeep Sharma and Dhirendra Dwivedi in the team.