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‘Badhte Kadam’ at Mokokchung, Pfutsero
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Published on 22 Nov. 2010 5:19 PM IST
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‘Badhte Kadam’ was conducted on November 21 at town hall, Mokokchung. Delivering key note address, deputy commissioner Mokokchung, Lithrongla G. Chishi encouraged parents to form a parent’s association and stressed on government policy on disability.
She also shared the importance of giving correct figure for the disability census 2011 so as to avail various state and central sponsor scheme.
Adani Kayina, president of Cherry Blossoms Society shared on the scheme of National Trust, while ‘My experience as a disable person’ was shared by Mangyang Longmisa who is totally blind, bringing tears to all the crowds when he shared his testimony through song that how he longed to see his parents face.
Tongpangshilu and Merenla shared testimony on how they brought up their respective son and daughter from an odd situation to the present standard.
Short speeches were delivered by AKM, Dr Arenla president, Watsu Mungdang, DWO, Dr. Aka Deputy CMO, DMA SSA, Mokokchung, Imchawati Managing Director, Care and Support Society, right of disability by Bendangla Imsong.
Meanwhile, a team from Kohima NAPAD conducted ‘Badhte Kadam’ National awareness programme at Pfutsero town on November 20 at DC’s Conference Hall. ADC Pfutsero, Kewekha Mero who graced the occasion as chief guest appreciated the organizing committee for the programme and expressed that it would lead forward for new hope to differently disabled persons. Dr. Joyce Angami highlighted on the scheme of national trust to participants. The programme was marked by exchange of opinions and sharing from parents.

 
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