Capacity Building training for local representatives and Watch group held
The training for capacity building of local representative and watch group is started in Lalgadh from September 24. The training is operated by INSEC.
The training will be held for two days under the project “ making stakeholders accountable by increasing awareness of the local community” operated by INSEC in ward 3,4 and 5 of Bateshwor Rural Muiciality on education, health and food rights.
INSEC province 2 coordinator Raju Paswan said that the capacity building training is held for the local representatives and Human Rights Watch group members in a same place for their capacity building.
The training will include education, health and food rights, development theories, fundamental rights of people, ESC rights and human rights related issues.
Binod Kumar Rabidas
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