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Second Batch of Jaffna Farmers Receive Further Training at Seeppukkulama
[Updated :: 2011-02-08 11:15:08 Hours]

The second batch of civilians to get training on 16 cattle rearing and animal husbandry left Civil Affairs and Public Relations office Jaffna Sunday (06.02.2011) for Seepukulama farm in Anuradhapura.

Those cattle farmers selected from 51, 52 and 55 Division areas are to get more knowledge on the subject.

The course started the following day (07) and will continue till 18th February. During the training period they will be provided free meals and accommodation by the government at the training centre.

Civil Affairs and Public Relations office Jaffna arranged the programme. Two soldiers from Security Forces Jaffna will also join the civilians in the training.


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