The Pader Technical School continues to train its students in garden cultivation and management. Despite the challenges faced over the last few months, the school has continued to do projects that benefit the institute in addition to the surrounding communities. These students are learning how to manage cattle, piggery, poultry, and horticulture crops. In addition, the students who went through 4 months of short-term training, received sunflower seeds for planting and are being monitored and trained in this process to learn what is and is not working in their gardening. Pictured above is an oilseed student weeding her soya bean garden.