Itanagar Capital Deputy Commissioner inaugurated the Gyan mission and interacted with the orphan and non-orphan students assuring them with help from the state government.
This comes after India Today NE first broke the news that the Gyan Mission Orphanage school of Itanagar capital of Arunachal with more than 80 students struggling to stay afloat and suffering from underfunding and poor staffing.
Gyan mission is a mission where needy orphans, below the poverty line children and handicapped from all over Arunachal can approach to help the non-profit organization.
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Talo Potom DC of capital Itanagar talking exclusively to India Today NE stated that I am a deputy collector we apart from commissioner. "Government launched several schemes relevant to this mission which aims to work for orphans, needy and poor students. I assure you all support from my side to avail these schemes by any social working NGO & ensure that through these schemes this poor needy children will get the facilities they require. Regarding rationing rice and other requirements, several departments like SJETA and Women's Child Development are working to ensure the same for the NGOs' self-help groups who are eligible and fulfil the required documents criteria. " He added
Apong Gyadi Flago a social worker cum patron of PPDRC urged the influential rich families to come forward & give their helping hands to these children.
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