SMEDA holds training in kitchen gardening

Peshawar—Small and Medium Enterprise Development Authority (SMEDA) in collaboration with Pakistan Academy for Rural Development (PARD) organized a four-day training on business management and kitchen gardening.
During the four-day training programme, the participants were trained on the small business management, entrepreneur-ship development with reference to honey bee keeping, women entrepreneurship, tunnel farming, mashroom farming and kitchen gardening.
The purpose of the training session was imparting training on agriculture related businesses, particularly the growing of vegetables and other businesses.
A total of 22 participants from FATA and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa attended the training.
In the concluding ceremony, Provincial Chief, SMEDA, Javed Iqbal Khattak was chief guest while Additional Director (Training) PARD, Nazneen was also present on the occasion.
Addressing the concluding ceremony, the chief guest expressed the hope that the training would remain beneficial for the participants and whatever they had learned will be utilized in the practical life.
He said that SMEDA has been working with PARD for last two years and particularly focusing on the promotion of businesses to generate employment opportunities in rural areas.—APP

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