Kapilvastu, Nepal: The Peace Rehabilitation Center has handed over health items to the local level outrage of Covid-19. Calling on the government to control the infection and keep the citizens safe, the targeted house has handed over health protection materials to two local levels of Kapilvastu district for women and children and people at potential risk of human trafficking.
The Peace Rehabilitation Center has handed over materials including mask, Sanitizer, PPE, Face Shield, Thermal Gun, Axinometer, and Glops to Krishnanagar Municipality and Shivraj Municipality of Kapilvastu District.
Rajat Pratap Shah, Mayor of Krishnanagar Municipality, Ward No.2 Chairman Sanjay Gupta, Chief of Women and Children Branch Thuma Upadhyaya and other employees handed over health security materials. Similarly, it was handed over to Shivraj Municipality Chief Netra Raj Adhikari, Deputy Chief Shiva Kumari Tharu, Chief of Women and Children Branch Laxmi Kandel, and other employees of the municipality.
Commenting on the handover ceremony, Krishnanagar Municipality Mayor Rajat Pratap Shah thanked the Peace Rehabilitation Center for handing over health care materials to the municipality in this time of crisis. Shah also expressed his commitment to assist in the upcoming days.
Similarly, Netra Raj Adhikari, Chief of Shivraj Municipality, said that co-operation is needed to prevent and control the growing corona infection in the country. Recalling his arrival, the official said that he is confident of continuity in the coming days as well.
Handing over the health items, Bhumiraj Bhattarai, Regional Coordinator of the Peace Rehabilitation Center, said that the items were handed over to the local level keeping in mind the risk of infection to women and children.
The house has also been working in the field of prevention and control of human trafficking by establishing a branch office in Kapilvastu since 2064 BS.
Dineshwar Gaur, Accounts Officer of the Peace Rehabilitation Center, Basanti G.C, Supervisor of Kapilvastu District, Shushila Khanal, and others participated in the handover program.
Ram Abatar Chaudhary