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CAN continues paper bag making training campaign

CAN continues paper bag making training campaign
The paper bag making training program underway at CECS, Kuda Village.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 9/10/2018 12:01:16 PM IST

A two-day training program on paper bags was conducted with Informal Education for Marginalized Children (IEMC) and Community Educational Centre School (CECS) at CEC Kuda village, Nagarjan on September 6 and 7, and a one day training was conducted at Rotary Club Dimapur, organized by Dimapur Municipal Council in collaboration with CAN Youth, Community Education Centre & Rotary Club Dimapur on September 8. The master trainer from CAN Youth were Marina and Alice, assisted by Ekhumnaro.

A press release from CAN Youth stated that CAN Youth secretary, Zhove Lohe, shared on the environment which, he said, was very important in all aspects of life. However, he said that due to human activity, plastic pollution had destroyed the entire environment. In order to protect and preserve this, he urged the people to take ownership of the fundamental duties and responsibilities to promote paper bags which are eco-friendly and will supplement their livelihood for a better environment and society.

A welcome address was delivered by project coordinator CECS, Repatozung, invocation was offered by Wungreichon, while vote of thanks was delivered by headmaster CECS, Tathaghat Patnaik.

During the training program with members of the Rotary Club, a short speech was delivered by president Rotary Club Dimapur, Dr. Agarwal, on the importance of environment. He informed the gathering that the state government would soon launch free plastic zones.

The program was chaired by past assistant governor, Zone 9, Rotary Club, Akokla Pongen Lucy, who also invoked God’s blessings. A total of 80 trainees participated in the training program.

 

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