'Run for inclusion', a quest to bring under privileged youths in main stream of the society, would get underway on December 22 with thousands of people running to express their solidarity with not so fortunate younger ones in Patna and other cities across the country.
Regional Manager of Aide et Action, Shekhar Ambati told media persons here today that 'Run' was being organised simultaneously in six town of Bihar and in 50 cities across India, Srilanka and Nepal on December 22, commemorating International Day of Human Solidarity that falls on December 20.
' Our organisation sincerely works for skill development of under privileged youths to enable them for earning their livelihood', Mr Ambati said adding that 22,000 youths had been trained in various trades in Bihar and they were leading a decent life now by earning livelihood in working with various organisations and institutions in government sector.
With the objective of ensuring a sustainable and dignified reintegration of otherwise excluded community into the main stream social fold, the run is being organised by Aid et Action, he added. UNI KKS AKM RD
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