INSEC Provides financial support to Human Rights Defenders who are at risk
Informal Sector Service Center (INSEC) on November 13 has provided a financial support of Rs 5500 each to two of the Human Rights Defenders who are at risk.
Dilip Singh, 30 of Lahan Municipality-20 and Dev Kumari Mahara,38 of Arnama VDC-3 received a financial support from INSEC.
The amount was handed over by Sarah Neupane, project coordinator of INSEC central office at the program organized by Human Rights Coalition of Siraha in Lahan.
Journalist Singh of Naya Patrika was at risk during Madhes agitation by the security personnel and Dev Kumari Mahara, who is also a women rights defender, was at risk while campaigning against child marriage. They were felicitated for their contribution in their field.
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