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DLSAs observe World Population Day

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/12/2019 12:08:23 PM IST

District Legal Services Authorities (DLSAs) observed World Population Day by conducting various activities and programmes on July 11. 

Mon: Mon DLSA held programme with the students of Don Bosco Higher Secondary School Mon. 

Fr. Martin, Don Bosco Higher Secondary School delivered short speech and N Mannon, project assistant MDLSA spoke on significance of the day. Dominic Kaiba Konyak, panel lawyer spoke on gender equality, poverty, maternal health, human rights and family planning. M Moba retainer lawyer highlighted on activities of district legal services authority and closing remarks. Altogether 200 students participated in the event. 

Tuensang: Tuensang DLSA distributed pamphlets and standards which supported family planning. Kumdilong Kessen, JMFC & Secy. TDLSA, Yimtsusangla Chang, project assistant, TDLSA and Soteth Anar, TDLSA panel lawyer and PLVs participated in the programme.  

Wokha: Wokha DLSA in collaboration with Indianeers Skills Academy, Wokha observed the day with youths. Khrievono Seletsu JMFC and secretary WDLSA in her inaugural address encouraged the youths to do their best for the society. Advocate & retainer lawyer Meribemo A Lotha spoke on the topic, “Population growth and poverty alleviation”, Gracy Ezung, notary public spoke on “maternal health and family planning” and Shanchobeni P Lotha, advocate & project assistant, WDLSA on “Gender equality and human rights”. 30 youth registered for 4th batch free training with the Indianeers Skills Academy.

Dimapur: In Dimapur, youth and women at Ragailong Colony, Burma Camp, Dimapur attended a programme by DDLSA where Yanbemo Ngullie, panel lawyer spoke on basic legal rights. Dzuvinuo Chadi, panel lawyer spoke on the topic “Gender Equality and Poverty and Maternal Health & Family Planning” was presented by Elito, panel lawyer while Temjensoba, panel lawyer spoke on “Human Rights”. Jongba Imchen, chief judicial magistrate & secretary, DDLSA summed up the programme by challenging the gathering to be aware of their rights and stand up to fight for justice. 

Mokokchung:  Mokokchung DLSA in collaboration with Sakhi-One Stop Centre, Mokokchung observed the day with Tsusapang Baptist Church Women Ministry. CJM and secretary MDLSA, WV Patton delivered the keynote address. Topics on Human Rights; Women Rights; Maternity Benefit Act were enunciated by Mapujungla Pongen, DPA and Mapusongla, counsellor Sakhi-OSC spoke on their services provided to women in distress or in need.

Kiphire: Kiphire DLSA held programme at Litsaoung village. Hotingkiu, panel lawyer was the resource person while the programme was chaired by Asuthong. Resource person spoke on the day in the programme attended by 91 participants. 

Longleng: Longleng DLSA celebrated at Police Baptist Church where PA spoke on the causes and effect of population growth. Panel lawyer Monyei Phom spoke on Population Day. Others who spoke were Kezevinou Thepa, superintendent Observation Home on Human Rights.

Kohima: Kohima DLSA also observed the day with jail inmates at the Kohima District Jail by organizing a legal awareness programme on mental health and human rights. More than 85 inmates attended the programme. 

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