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UNICEF field mission meeting held in Kokrajhar

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HT Correspondent

KOKRAJHAR, MAY 18: A UNICEF Field Mission ‘Learning Together’ in Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR) was organised on Tuesday at the auditorium hall of Bodoland Territorial Council Legislative Assembly in Kokrajhar.

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The field mission discussed thoroughly on the welfare and protection of the children in Bodoland region and emphasised on building a healthy society in the days to come.

Nearly 50 participants from five districts of Bodoland Territorial Region including stakeholders, District Child Protection Unit (DCPU), members of Child Welfare Committee (CWC), Juvenile Justice Board (JJB), NGOs, civil social organisations, etc., participated at the event.

Bodoland Territorial Region chief executive member, Pramod Boro inaugurated the session in the august presence of UNICEF officials, representatives from different agencies of the child welfare agencies and from the concerned authorities.

Chief of child protection, UNICEF India head Soledad Herrero and chief of field office, UNICEF Assam & India Dr Mudulika Jonathan, BTR executive members Gautam Das, Ranjit Basumatary, Ukil Mushahary, MLA Jayanta Basumatary were prominent attendees on the occasion.

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Boro said that the BTR government and UNICEF jointly initiated to work for the welfare and protection of the child rights in the region and has prepared necessary strategies for the society.

He urged all sections of the society to come forward and to protect the rights of children and of all the children in near future with the only mission of learning together.

“I am very much glad to welcome chief of Child Protection, UNICEF India Soledad Herrero and chief of Field Office, UNICEF Assam & India Dr Mudalika Jonathan on the UNICEF Field Mission ‘Learning Together’. We are looking forward to their active engagements in resolving various social issues in our region,” Boro added.

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