In Bhairahawa, Nepal, an interaction program between journalists related to work in freedom project has been held at King Palace in Bhairahawa with the support of ABC Nepal and International labor organization.
Chaired by ABC Nepal Regional Office Chairperson Pratibha Devkota and Siyari Rural Municipality Administrative Officer Ram Lal Puri and ABC Nepal Regional Chief Manoj Lamichhane lead the program. Chief Guest Puri said that he would create employment in the country and encourage them to earn a living and help as much as possible rather than foreign employment.
Speaking on the occasion, Manoj Lamichhane, Regional Head of ABC Nepal, said that the backward families in the society and the young women who are going abroad should be made to earn income by working in the country themselves.
It has been found that various broker agents have lure young women to flee abroad and engage in violence in order to get a good job in abroad. Even before such incidents occur, journalists, social activists, and public representatives present here are already working on the freedom project.
He said that it would be better to do business in the country instead of going abroad to scale income and lead to country development.
Speaking on the occasion, Devkota said that if the association could help the young women who have gone abroad in time, it would help them to earn running some businesses in their own country and earn a living and working in the country. This would be a sustainable development. Some young women go abroad but do not know what they are going to do. And they get lost in various problems including violence and life as well. Unification is best remedy for such sufferings.
Among the guests on the occasion were Deepika Gaire Program Administrator of ABC Nepal, Umesh Devkota of Accounts Branch, Govind Regmi of Non-Governmental Federation of Province 5, Deepak Ghimire Executive Editor of Khabar Patra Online, Samita Malla Coordinator of Rupandehi District Women and Child Rights Network, Dipesh Pachai President of Lumbini Press Club. Outgoing Vice President of Rupandehi Bar Association Sunil Tripathi and others were present. The program was conducted by Sunnar Harijan, Program Coordinator of ABC Nepal.