25th Sep 2017

District Level Coordination Meeting in Kavrepalanchowk

PPR Nepal and District Committee on Controlling Human Trafficking (DCCHT), Kavrepalanchow jointly organized a district level coordination meeting in Dhulikhel of Kavrepalanchowk district on 29 March 2015. The program chaired by Mr. Sudarshan Prasad Dhakal, chief district officer (CDO) of Kavre was participated by 29 individuals representing different organizations including Ms. Puja Singh, SP and head of district police office; Ms. Laxmi Shah, head of women and children's office; chairperson of district bar association, district attorney, official form DDC, chairperson of district journalist's association, civil society organizations and CTIP partners.

The official from Women and Children's Office highlighted on the objectives of the meeting and also briefly shared the past activities and also the future activities to combat and control human trafficking stressing that this kind of coordination meeting is being organized to strengthen coordination and collaboration and the stakeholders. The CTIP implementing partners- PPR Nepal, TPO Nepal and NTWG and also the DDC briefed about their past activities and presented their future activities.

The participants of the meeting especially the CDO, SP and chairperson of district bar association stressed that while implementing anti trafficking activities political party leaders at the local level should be in priority and information related to human trafficking should be flex printed and placed in the offices having large number of visitors (public). The participants also suggested that Kathmandu University (KU) can be approached to create awareness under its social responsibility mandate at the community level on human trafficking and its new trends. Welcoming the newly appointed CDO the particapants expressed that during the tenure of the newly appointed CDO the movement against human trafficking will be strengthened and enough support will be provided by the DAO.

 

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