Bird Conservation Nepal in collaboration with the veterinary hospital, livestock service expert center and Rajapani Community Forest User Group of Kapilvastu district organized a capacity building training program to local farmers on "monitoring use of veterinary drugs and vulture conservation" on 9th December, 2022. The interaction program was held at Tharu village Banganga Municipality-3, Kapilvastu. The primary goal of the interaction training program was to educate farmers on the ecological importance of vultures, their major threats, vulture toxic and safety drugs, ongoing efforts to reduce vulture toxic drugs and monitoring use of veterinary drugs in cattle treatment. Representatives from veterinary office, Division Forest Office, local government bodies, NELVA, community forest user groups, farmers from vulture nesting area, and journalists actively participated in the program. Mr. Ganesh Pun, livestock development officer from veterinary hospital and livestock service expert center, Kapilvastu; Mr. Khadananda Paudel and Mr. Bhupal Nepali, program development manager and project officer respectively from Bird conservation Nepal facilitated the program. Discussion with various concerned stakeholders provided insightful feedback and suggestions on monitoring and stopping the use of Non-steroidal and anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) toxic to vultures such as Diclofenac, Aceclofenac, Ketoprofen, Flunixin, Carprofen and Nimesulide.