Passu, October 31: Two days training workshop on “High Mountain Horticultural Value Chain” started at Pasu village of Gojal Valley, Upper Hunza, started today. The training workshop aims to acquaint the locals with the understanding of value chains, and how value chains can be used to increase production, quality and for value addition purpose. Better processing and marketing are also being covered as part of the training.
The training has been organized by Passu Reforms Panel, a local initiative, in collaboration with WWF . The emphasis during this training will remain on apple, olive, strawberry, cherry, patato, and sea buck thorn. rone. More than 200 participants are being trained.