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Jaffna Dairy Farmers Sent to A’Pura for Further Training
[Updated :: 2010-11-20 14:36:23 Hours]

Economy of Jaffna depending mainly on agriculture and fishery which fell due to terrorist activities during the past three decades is now in the process of gradual improving. To back the economy of destitute families in Jaffna Security Forces-Jaffna (SF-J) on initiative of Commander SF-J Major General Mahinda Hathurusinghe recently launched a backyard poultry project distributing fowls and hens for eggs.

As a subsidiary to this project, Civil Affairs and Public Relations Office of SF-J recently arranged training facility at the Seepukulama Government Farm in Anuradhapura for twelve dairy farmers from various parts in Jaffna. Four from the 51 Division in Jaffna, five from the 52 Division in Varani and three from the Task Force-7 in Iyakachchi were dispatched to Seeppukulama in a bus provided by SF-J on 15th November.

Four soldiers to be attached to the Army farm at Palaly also joined the Jaffna farmers to follow the one-month residential course conducted by experienced instructors in the field of dairy farming.

A valid certificate will be issued to those who successfully complete the course.


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