Tuensang, 22 May (MTNews): The Annual Review Meeting for the FY 2023-24 of the ongoing Nagaland Forest Management Project (NFMP) JICA, Tuensang Forest Division, took place at CKS Hall, Tuensang, on 21 May 2024.

SDO (C) Tuensang, Sentilong Ozukum, graced the program as the Special Guest, extending his gratitude and appreciation to the Tuensang Forest Division and all the villages under NFMP for their hard work and dedication towards the NFMP Projects. He advised the participants to understand their roles and responsibilities and to possess leadership qualities that enable individuals to guide, inspire, and influence others effectively.

Ozukum also stressed the importance of forest conservation, highlighting its vital role in the health of the planet and the well-being of both humans and the ecosystem. He further encouraged all participants to develop their skills effectively as it enhances performance and contributes to overall success.

Divisional Forest Officer cum DMU Head, Samom Khelen Singh, IFS, in his keynote address, gave a brief introduction about the ongoing NFMP project, emphasizing the importance of maintaining record-keeping to all JFMC’s and encouraging the community for unity.

FMU Head, Tuensang, Menya Wongto, presented a PowerPoint presentation outlining the implementation of the ongoing activities in all three ranges, namely FMU Tuensang, Longkhim & Noklak under NFMP. The Welentola (Life care society) FNGO team also presented a PowerPoint presentation highlighting the various activities of SHGs’ IGA Business Plan and convergence activities with different departments in Batch-I and II villages undertaken under Life Care Society.

Honorarium was given to the best three villages along with certificates from each FMU for their commendable performance under NFMP. FMU Heads, DMU Support Staffs, FMU staff, FNGO Team (LCS), JFMC members of Batch I, II & III villages, and SHGs of Batch I & II villages attended the meeting.

Earlier, the programme was chaired by DMU Support staff, Neotola, and the welcome address was delivered by L Tsingthrise Sangtam, ADMU Head Tuensang. The vote of thanks was delivered by Imtimar Walling, FMU Head Noklak.

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