Health Service Act passed by Kanka Sundari Rural Council
The Kanaka Sundari rural municipality has passed two other acts including the Health and Sanitation Services Act.
Information Officer Dan Singh Karki informed the INSEC representative that the Health and Sanitation Services Act 2077 BS, Environment and Natural Resources Conservation Act 2077 BS, and Rural Education Policy 2077 BS have been passed by the Winter Rural Assembly.
Similarly, Damodar Acharya, coordinator of the health branch of the rural municipality, said that the operation of a 15-bed hospital, operation of the polyclinic, ambulance service, operation of maternity home, and management of necessary health workers and equipment have been included in the Health and Sanitation Services Act 2077 BS.
According to Narayan Dhital, education coordinator of the rural municipality, the rural education policy mentions issues such as making schools child-friendly and disability-friendly, and operating child development centers effectively to attract children to teaching and learning.
Similarly, the education policy also includes incentives for female students and Dalit children studying at the secondary level, skill-based programs, vocational skills-based training for self-employed children with disabilities, said Dhital.
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