Capacity Building Training begins for Child Rights Awareness Group (CRAG)
A capacity building training for the members of Child Rights Awareness Group has begun in Tanahu. The training is organized by the INSEC Gandaki Province Office on September 2.
Under the INSEC project, the program was held in Myagde Rural Municipality for the members of Child Rights Awareness Group according to the INSEC Gandaki province coordinator Shiva Khakurel. There are total of 40 participants in the training program.
While inaugurating the program CDO Bharat Kumar Sharma said that students must use the knowledge practically which is gained from training. He also urged officials of the group to work actively.
CDO Sharma recommended INSEC to teach children about their responsibility along with the rights.
SP Siddhi Bikram Shah of DPO said that each students must be aware of the rights ensured by the constitution.
Anil Khanal officer of District Coordination Committee stressed on coordination among government and non-government organization.
In a training the members of the group will be given training on child rights, its historical background, child friendly school, concept of human rights education, responsibility, rights of CRAG and financial and annual planning etc.
Prakash Chandra Bhattarai
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