A three-year strategic plan has been formulated to make Dodhara as a child-friendly VDC.
The three-year plan has incorporated infrastructure development, identification of the bodies concerned and implementation of national and international law related to child rights.
The District Child Welfare Committee has assisted the plan to make the VDC as child-friendly VDC within 2073 BS. The council of the fiscal year 2071/72 BS of the VDC approved the action plan.
Child Rights Officer at the District Child Welfare Committee, Bhuwanraj Chataut, said that the three-year plan was formulated to make Dodhara as child-friendly VDC for the protection of child rights, their development and guarantee of their participation as per the Local Governance National Strategy-2068 BS.
Village Child Rights Protection Committee Coordinator Keshav Prasad Baral said that they have started to collect means and resources to make the VDC as Child-friendly VDC coordinating with government and non-government bodies after formulating the action plan.
Village Child Rights Protection Committees, Local-Level Child Clubs and VDC-Level Cleanliness Committees have been formed and child-friendly physical infrastructures have been constructed for the same.
Similarly, Dodhara VDC-based different schools including Bhnau Higher Secondary School, Laxmi Higher Secondary School, Omkar Lower Secondary School, Ambika Secondary School, Purnagiri Primary School, Kamalasha Primary School and 34 Child Development Centres have formulated plan as per the three-year strategic plan.
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