Netherlands-UP signs agreement for setting up skill development centre for farmers
The Dutch government would help the state in cleaning the Yamuna in Agra. It would also help them in land reclamation of 1500 acres in the Ganga basin in Kanpur and development of cultural heritage.
The Netherlands and Uttar Pradesh on 14 July 2016 signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to set up a skill development centre to help farmers.
The MoU would ensure that farmers get information on food processing as well as along with use of modern techniques to boost production of sugarcane, potato, dairy development and flowers.
Besides, the Dutch government would also help in cleaning the Yamuna in Agra and in sewage treatment. Under this agreement, it would assist the state in solid waste management, urban development and infrastructure. It will also assist the state in water management, water supply, and cleanliness of water resources, sewage treatment, transport management and revival of water bodies.
Other than this, the Netherlands would also help in land reclamation of 1500 acres in the Ganga basin in Kanpur and development of cultural heritage.
As per official release, the MoU will remain operational for the next three years.
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