Emma is the farm manager and trainer at the St. Patrick’s Centre for Integral Development. As he describes it, he is in charge of everything – from taking care of the animals and gardens to getting people to the hospital to heating up the tea water for guests. The center keeps abundant livestock, including cows, goats, donkeys, rabbits, geese, turkeys, guinea fowl, chickens, ducks, and fish.
The town of Tuensang is located in the far east of Nagaland, reachable only by eight hours of “rock-n-roll” driving along rough mountain roads. The people of this area are often referred to as backward, due to their remoteness and traditional lifestyle, but for Chonglise Sangtam, these are his people and this is his home…..
Look forward to reading more about the ARI Graduates on this page soon!