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27 Jan

ICTs for Capacity Building and Knowledge Exchange: Establishment of Village Knowledge Centres in Assam (January 2019)

Demand driven and value-added information is very important for the rural community to undertake informed decisions. The capacity building and knowledge exchange initiatives on locally suitable agro-ecological and climate smart technologies among men and women farmers are important in building resilient agricultural production systems. Modern Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) are important to facilitate learning and timely knowledge sharing.

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14 Dec

A comprehensive project work plan finalized by RESILIENCE project team

RESILIENCE project partners have jointly agreed and prepared a comprehensive project work plan that will be the basis for the implementation of project activities during the next 4 years in Assam and Odisha. More than 25 scientists from various disciplines and stakeholders will actively work together to implement the plan.

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22 Oct

RESILIENCE project to address climate change and improve smallholder adaptability

The four year multidisciplinary project launched on the 10th October aims to help more than 100 000 Indian farmers improve their adaptation to climate change and agricultural productivity.

The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs is funding the project through the Royal Norwegian Embassy in New Delhi. During the Launch, the Norwegian Ambassador to India, H.E. Nils Ragnar Kamsvåg, emphasized the importance of agriculture in India.

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22 Oct

Assam Agricultural University and NIBIO,Norway join hands for Resilience project to enhance agricultural productivity

JORHAT: “I had a number of meetings with the Chief Minister, tea planters, villagers and other people and tried to see the scope for cooperation with Norway. "  

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This project is funded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Norway/ the Norwegian Embassy, New Delhi