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Vice President Yadav lays emphasis on efforts for child rights protection


15 September 2023  

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KATHMANDU: Vice President Ram Sahaya Prasad Yadav has laid emphasis on mandatory formulating and enforcing education, health, sports, entertainment and personality development plans of children as per the arrangements specified in the Constitution.

In a message delivered today on the occasion of National Children’s Day, 2080, he said the local level child clubs and adolescent groups should lay emphasis on creative and personality development works.

Stressing the need to run technical education and skill-enhancing training for children, he said the society should strictly prohibit child labor, unauthorized recommendations for child homes, child violence and misbehaving as well as protect child marriage.

He also stressed the urgency of instituting children funds at all local levels and delivering socialization services, emergency relief for at-risk children and health treatment aid services.

“As the people’s representatives have crucial role for the protection and promotion of child rights, the child-friendly programme operation is a must. The role of health workers is equally important for the management of child protection cases”, he added.

Publish Date : 15 September 2023 13:38 PM

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