Government of Jammu and Kashmir recognized the fact that nomadic livestock has huge economic potential to change the lives of tribal communities.
Recently LG Manoj Sinha highlighted the important role of nomadic livestock in the business and livelihood of the communities and its deep connection with heritage, culture, traditional knowledge and co-existence with nature.
Tribal community will certainly play a significant role in maintaining biodiversity, climate change mitigation and contribute to growth and food security
Pastoralism is one of the oldest professions in the world. We have been making concerted efforts to bring transformation in the lives of pastoral communities such as Gujjar, Bakarwals, Gaddi-Sippi.
He recently inaugurated a two-day workshop on Pastoralism in Jammu Kashmir.
He commended the endeavour of Tribal Affairs Department J&K and Regional IYRP Support Group of South Asia (RISG-SA) for organizing the workshop to deliberate the issues, challenges, resilient livelihoods and sustainable development of Pastoralism in UT of J&K.
Pastoralism is one of the oldest professions in the world. Nomadic livestock plays an important role in the business and livelihood of the communities and it is deeply connected with heritage, culture, traditional knowledge and co-existence with nature.