Formal closure of Two years long Project
The project led and operated by INSEC in coordination with Nepal disability society and Dalit Service Federation to strengthen HRDs and Civil Society for the promotion of ESC rights has been formally ended. The project started from January 2015.
Speaking at the program organized in lalitpur, INSEC chairperson Subodh Raj Pyakurel said that the campaign will continue even after the ending of the project.
Sharmila Karki, founder chairperson of Jagaran Nepal said that beneficiaries will be more benefited if there is no information gap between the service provider and beneficiaries. She added that the project has played an important role to empower civilian.
Chakra Man B.K chairperson of Dalit Service Federation said that caste discrimination must be ended for the development of Dalit community.
The project coordinator Sara Neupane had highlighted the outcomes and achievement of the two years long project.
In the program, facilitators from Sunsari, Siraha and Saptari district had reviewed the project. On the occasion a book“ Ash aka Pailaharu” was made public. The book includes the success stories of the project.
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