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Drying of Vegetable and Fruits

Under SRSP – GEF (Gender Equity Fund) project funded by the Government of Australia, a total of 40 women trained on modern tools & techniques “Drying of Vegetable and Fruits” at villages Tehlkar and Kuz Shonial of UC Shawar, District Swat. The five days training comprised of drying techniques of onion, tomato, spinach, ladies finger, red persimmon and peer. The same beneficiary women (40) have also been provided with tool kits. The objective is to keep vegetable and fruits safe from spoilage and sell them in the market for increase in income.
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