CLEWs aim to impart useful, practical and advanced knowledge about livestock to the community members who are willing to take up challenges for increasing production and reducing livestock losses. Community Livestock Extension Workers (CLEWs) equip the trainees with applicable knowledge of animal anatomy, nutrition, facilities and the effects of livestock production on the environment. CLEWs further prepare students to apply these principles. One of the main reasons, for low livestock yield is the scarcity of trained people in the rural communities who can look after the livestock and increase its production. IRM has devised CLEWs training along with guide book to build the capacity of communities to bridge the Gap.
ENRM conducts training according to highest standard available at regional level; in this regard MoUs have been signed with PMAS - Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi and NARC Islamabad to ensure the quality of the training programme.
Objective of CLEWs is to impart useful, practical and advanced knowledge about livestock to the community members who are working with livestock for increasing production and reducing livestock losses.