NawalParasi, Nepal: In West Nawalparasi, Nepal the number of people infected with the new variant Coronavirus is increasing. The death rate from the new variant Coronavirus is increasing as well in the same pattern.
In order to increased casualties and the number of infected people, ABC Nepal has organized a dialogue program in the Nawalparasi district and the adolescents of the dialogue center have distributed health materials to the general public and conducted various public awareness programs.
Nepal declared as the second country in a position where the number of infections and deaths from Coronavirus has increased. According to the District Administration Office, West Nawalparasi, a governmental ban has been issued in West Nawalparasi from May 14 to May 29.
The ABC Nepal Strom Foundation, through the Dialogue Adolescent Network and Dialogue Center in three villages of West Nawalparasi, has been raising awareness among the general public by providing various health items.
Lamichhane said that the network and the communication center are helping the adolescents to be vigilant and breathe a sigh of relief by adopting health vigilance and using health materials in all the villages within the municipality.
About 6000 adolescents from Sarawal, Palhinandan, and Susta Rural Municipalities of West Nawalparasi have been running dialogue centers as alternative education for the past 5 years. There is a situation where various skill-based, public awareness programs and sports have been mobilized.
He said that society is moving ahead with the objective of transforming by providing financial assistance to the backward, poor, disabled, and economically weaker families.
In order to make the adolescents, children, and their parents competent and experienced, the program has been conducted through the coordination of networks and communication centers.
Adolescents are conducting various public awareness programs to protect adolescents, children, and parents from the Coronavirus, including the new variant, and to follow the healthy standards issued by the Government of Nepal.
Lamichhane said that ABC Nepal has provided various health items to protect them and also provided financial assistance to the people of the community to conduct awareness programs to save them from the carnage.
He also urged the adolescents, children, parents, and the general public of all the three municipalities affiliated with ABC Nepal to follow the strict ban on the transmission of coronavirus including new variants in West Nawalparasi.
Mahesh Yadav, Chairman of Janabikas Kishor Kishori Network, said that they are raising awareness about the word of Coronavirus by conducting a health awareness program by distributing health items such as Mask and sanitizers to the general public and adolescents with the financial support of ABC Nepal.
He said that the community has been conducting various activities and public awareness programs such as Yoga practice to keep safe from infection in the community. Yadav also said that a handful of donation programs have been organized in the village to village to help the needy and poor families who are uncomfortable with the ban on the carnage.
Yadav said that the message was being spread on the radio and in various monasteries and shrines to spread the word about Coronavirus to the community as well.