Women sensitised on human trafficking
Dimapur, Feb. 15 (EMN): Nagaland region of the National Domestic Workers’ Movement (NDWM), in collaboration with Assisi Centre for Integrated Development (Acid), organised an awareness programme on anti-trafficking and safe-migration at Sewak Colony in Dimapur on February 15.
An update from NDWM Nagaland stated that Loza, centre coordinator of Childline Dimapur, has explained the forms of trafficking and also made awareness on Childline number 1098.
Another resource person, Fr. Paul Inashe Sema spoke on the importance of education and effects of media education. He stressed on equal opportunities for both boys and girls as well as on the right use of mobile and other media.
In her welcome address, Acid director and coordinator of NDWM Nagaland region, Sr. Pramila, explained the importance of knowing their children well. She has particularly stressed on understanding their emotions, feelings and allowing them to participate and learn.
Report stated that about 55 women attended the awareness programme. The programme concluded with a vote of thanks delivered by Sr. Geeta.