Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Prodigals’ Home organises ‘mission life’ programme

A programme to implement “Mission Life” (Lifestyle for Environment) 2022, initiated by Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment (MSJ&E) and Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) was held on November 14 at Integrated Rehabilitation Centre for Addicts (IRCA), Prodigals’ Home, Fellowship Colony, Dimapur.
A press release by Prodigals’ Home informed that during the programme, director of Prodigals Home, K. Ela, while highlighting the dire necessity of maintaining a safer environment for the health and benefit of the present as well as future world, stressed on the immediate importance of adhering to a new lifestyle in accordance with the government laid down 75 Life Action Points.
The programme was also addressed by Team Better Dimapur president, Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC) member, Mhonchan, coordinator, CHILDLINE, Lozua Kape and Fellowship Colony, Dimapur treasurer and chairman, Tiameren and Arep Changkija respectively.
The speakers dwelled on the need for everyone to own up responsibility and start from each respective homes by religiously working for the environment thereby making the world safe, greener and healthier for the future generations.
Suggestions were also introspected on issues ranging from recharging ground water, ground water pollution through irresponsible disposal of machine oils and waste parts, air pollution besides mooting to begin “Green Club” Dimapur.
The programme, chaired by IRCA coordinator, Subotemjen, concluded with the reading of the 75 Life Action Points by IRCA staff, T Meren Jamir, Sunep Jamir and Casper respectively.

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