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BBBP programmes in Mon, Longleng

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 3/30/2021 12:57:38 PM IST

Mahila Shakti Kendra (MSK) Mon and Longleng in collaboration with district administration conducted programmes for adolescent girls with an aim to empower them and to impart a better understanding on topics that are rarely discussed at homes and schools. 

Mon: MSK Mon and district administration Mon organised a Beti Bachao Beti Padhao (BBBP) awareness programme for adolescent girls on March 26 at town council hall, Mon. 
According to DIPR report, SDO (C) Mon, Ilika Zhimomi stated that the programme was targeted specifically at girl students of Class VIII since they were at a crucial transitional phase.
She asserted that the aim of the programme was to create awareness among adolescent girls on topics which they may not receive at home or in the school.
Although the topics may not be part of the school curriculum, she encouraged the teachers to have similar sessions in the classes. 
Speaking on reproductive health for adolescent girls, MO Tang PHC, Dr. Khumrila Sangtam highlighted on the physical changes that an adolescent underwent during the transition from childhood to adulthood.
She also talked about the process of menstruation and ways to maintain personal hygiene during menstruation. She further highlighted the abnormalities during menstruation which might require professional help. 
MSK district coordinator, Neijoi Konyak spoke about “good touch & bad touch” where she explained the difference between a touch of care and affection and a touch with bad intentions.
She spoke about molestation and urged upon students not to be scared to voice out and speak up against such behaviour.
She also stated that remaining silent to such behaviours would only encourage the perpetrator to continue further. 
Coordinator Childline Mon, Eunice Thalih shared about Childline 1098 which assisted and rescued children in distress through a 24/7 toll free 1098.
She stated that Childline teams on receiving a distress call arrive at the destination within 60 minutes and reach out to children from 0-18 years of age and in extreme emergency cases up to 25 years of age.
She encouraged students to make use of the service for themselves or for others and urged them not to be afraid to report since full confidentiality was maintained. 
The programme was attended by girl students from various schools.
Longleng: MSK and district administration Longleng conducted “girl child week” under BBBP on the theme “empowering girls for a brighter tomorrow” at Yingli College, Longleng on March 27. 
According to DIPR report, resource person of the programme, PBCA Longleng youth secretary, Phakmei Phom emphasised on different values between men and women and stressed on realising one’s potential.
Earlier, introduction to girl child week celebration was given by EAC Hq. Longleng, Rohbi Sangtam while EAC Longleng, Pichano Kikon encouraged the girls to take such platform as an opportunity to learn and know their rights.
Meanwhile in the second session, singing, dancing, speeches, poem recitation etc. were presented while games such as puzzle picture, word guessing, picture portray, tug of war were also conducted. Winner of the group games was awarded to “girl power”.

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