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Phoshan Pahkwada panchayat meeting held in Jalukie

Phoshan Pahkwada panchayat meeting held in Jalukie
Resource persons with participants and other officials after the Phoshan Pahkwada panchayat meeting held on March 22 in Jalukie.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 3/27/2019 1:04:02 PM IST

A Phoshan Pahkwada panchayat meeting was organized by the department of Social Welfare, Peren on March 22, at Mhainamtsi village council hall in Jalukie.

A press release from the department of Social Welfare PMMVY, Peren district coordinator, Keyizieteing Ndang, stated that speaking as the resource person, Peren BDO, Iteising, highlighted how different government schemes like the PMMVY, Poshan, etc were related and social welfare and rural development come under the same umbrella.

He explained that the department is the mediator/facilitator between the public and the government and schemes from the Centre or the State will directly or indirectly benefit the rural population. He further stated that 75% of the state population live in rural areas and to achieve these scheme objectives which are time bound, cooperation from the people is required. 

Earlier, in a keynote address, Keyizieteing Ndang spoke about PMMVY, and explained the importance of taking adequate rest before and after delivery and how the scheme seeks to encourage pregnant women and lactating mothers to seek improved health and nutrition behaviours. 

Eligible beneficiaries can avail incentives by providing the necessary documents (MCP card, Identity proof of both husband and wife and bank account details of the wife) by applying at the nearest Anganwadi Centres, he said.

The program was chaired by CDPO Nsong Watila; Zairingliu, Anganwadi worker, Jalukie pronounced the invocation prayer; and a welcome address was delivered by supervisor DPO, Peren, Disong. 

Pamphlets on PMMVY and Poshan Abhiyan were distributed to the participants after the program.

Later, a vote of thanks was delivered by district program officer, Peren, Nokcharenla Longchar; and CDPO Jalukie block, Namhuheing pronounced the benediction.

The meeting was attended by village council members and Anganwadi Workers of Nkwareu, Mhainamtsi and New Jalukie.

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