Kapilvastu, Nepal: Training on drug addiction has started at Shivpur Health Post, Ward No. 1, Shivaraj Municipality, Kapilvastu, Nepal.
In order to develop positive thinking in adolescents with the objective of making them drug-free, the training will be conducted in the assembly hall of Shivraj-1, Bankatti from Friday to Asar 19 with the support of Shivraj Municipality Ward No. 1, Shivpur Health Post has stated.
Lumbini Province Assemblymember Arjun Kumar K.C, while addressing the training on reproductive health, positive thinking and drug addiction, said that various scientists have succeeded in difficult situations with the positive thinking of the family.
Presenting the example that positive thinking has changed the country among the citizens, K.C stressed that the national aspirations of prosperous Nepal and happy Nepalis can be fulfilled only by moving ahead with positive thinking and gaining knowledge in every field.
Similarly, Jagat Bahadur Gharti Chhetri, Ward Chairman of Shivraj Municipality Ward No. 1 and Chairman of Shivpur Health Post Management Committee informed about the drug addiction among the youths in the ward.
Stating that the adolescents and the younger generation are concerned by the ward, Gharti said that the ward has been involved in training the youth to develop reproductive health, positive thinking as well as protect the youth from drug addiction and make them partners in the prosperity path.
Lekhnath Poudel, Chief of Shivpur Health Post, explained to the adolescents about reproductive health, moral education, social harm caused by drug use, health complications, and legal issues.
Arjun Thapa, Executive Director of Kalika Swavalamban Social Center, Kamala Sapkota, District Coordinator of Suahara Program, San Bahadur Rana KIRDARC, Psychosocial Counseling Facilitator of Nepal, and other trainers will provide training.
Most of the speakers at the event emphasized the need to make adolescents drug-free and positive-minded. Also, 60 adolescents from Ward No. 1 of Shivraj Municipality participated in the training.
Ram Abatar Chaudhary