Nawalparasi: An orientation program has been completed with the adolescents and their parents in Susta Rural Municipality Ward No. 4 of West Nawalparasi, Nepal. With the financial support of the Strome Foundation and the coordination of Susta Rural Municipality and the project of ABC Nepal, an orientation program was conducted with the adolescents and parents on gender-based child protection and psychosocial issues.
Trainer ABC Nepal Supervisor Rajman explained about the increasing number of drug users in the community, the issue of drug abuse, deprivation of women from various jobs, gender-based violence, child protection, and anti-social issues.
He also said that it was necessary to take action against those who use and allow the growing number of narcotics in the community by understanding the personalization of rural areas and reducing narcotics.
Social worker Puja Gautam, 35 teenagers, and their parents participated in the program.
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