Nepal: Ramgram Municipality has honored and bade farewell to 19 women community health volunteers. The municipality has given away Rs 50,000 in cash to 19 women health volunteers who have reached the age of 60 and bade them farewell with honor. At a farewell function presided over by Ramgram Municipality Mayor Narendra Kumar Gupta, Mayor Gupta bade farewell to the 19 women health volunteers with two blankets and certificates.
The municipality has also provided Rs 50,000 cash to each of the women health volunteers who have been allocated as incentives by the municipality.
Speaking on the occasion, Mayor Narendra Kumar Gupta said that the 19 health volunteers who have reached the age of 60 have been highly appreciated for their continuous contribution in the health sector for 43 years. Speaking on the occasion, Mayor Gupta urged the health volunteers to be closer to the municipality and help the municipality in the days to come. He also wished the volunteers a happy and healthy day.
Similarly, Rambha Kunwar, Deputy Chief of the city, lauded the contribution made by the health volunteers to the society and said that it could not be weighed at any cost. Deputy Chief Kunwar expressed high respect for the healthy volunteers who have been actively involved in the health campaigns and programs of the municipality and the nation for a long time and urged them to continue their experience and knowledge in their villages.
Chief Administrative Officer Rudra Prasad Regmi, Chief of Health Branch Ram Naresh Rai, in-charge of Hakui Health Post Nizay Ahmed, journalist Hussain Ansari, Tirtha Dhungana of Suhara, and health volunteer Satyavati Mishra also spoke on the occasion.
The program was conducted by Senior AHW Officer Balram Sapkota while Anil Khadka of the Health Branch delivered the welcome address. The program was facilitated by Suraj Gautam, Health Assistant, Health Branch. The program was also attended by heads of various branches, representatives, and journalists.