Nawalparasi: A drawing competition program on violence against women has been held in Rampurwa, Ward No. 1 of Palhinandan Rural Municipality of West Nawalparasi. A drawing competition program on violence against women was organized by Rampurwa Adolescent Dialogue Center with the financial support of ABC Nepal, Strom Foundation, and Palhinandan Rural Municipality.
Speaking at a program chaired by SST Chairperson Poonam Patel of Rampurwa Adolescent Dialogue Center, Patel said that the Government of Nepal has given 33 percent rights to women. However, our society and some people in the society are still not recognized.
Due to which there is various violence against women in the community. She said that it was necessary to raise public awareness in the community to reduce violence against women. She also said that we should all work together to end violence against women.
She thanked the adolescents and ABC Nepal for organizing a drawing competition program on violence against women.
Kishori Sama Khatun of Samvad Kendra stood first, Sana Khatun second and Sundari Gupta came in the painting competition on violence against women. The first, second, and third place winners of the program were awarded stationery items.
Among the guests at the event were ABC Nepal volunteers Manita Dhakal, Bandana Chaudhary, SST members Sabita Yadav, Kismati Yadav, Indu Gupta, Urmila Sharma, Mahammadin Ansari, and dialogue center girls Ruksana Khatun, Punita Yadav, Roshan Kujda Hajra Khatun, and Rosini Sharma and Amaniganj Kishori Samvad center’s animator Nisha Kumari Bania and Maheshpur Kishori Samvad Center animator Suman Harijan were also present.
Social activists Sahaban Rain and Kurban Ansari were the judges of the program. The program was conducted by Raju Harijan.