Dairy Project Exhibits at the Dawn Pakistan Food & Agri Expo 2016

On April 05-06, the Dairy Project participated in the Dawn Pakistan Food & Agri Expo 2016. The Dairy Project  successfully showcased its four-year achievements to a large audience–with more than 400 people visiting the project stall.

The project-trained beneficiaries donned traditional clothes and the stall was decorated with promotional material, branded skins and traditional rural props, which added to the stall’s charm. The project master trainers (from Vehari and Bahawalpur zones) ensured that all questions and queries received from the visitors were answered meticulously.

Furthermore, a live theatre performance on best farm practices was also organized at the Expo Center. This activity was a crowd puller and was deemed a huge success by the visitors. Visitors’ reach out was maintained through visitor record forms (over 400 forms were filled out). 


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