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Launch of anti-human trafficking prog tomorrow

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GUWAHATI, March 20 - An anti-human trafficking programme for the North East will be launched here on March 22 by Caritas India, the official national organisation of the Catholic Bishops� Conference of India (CBCI) for social concern and human development.

The launch event that will start at 10 am at Don Bosco Institute Kharghuli, is focused on building community awareness to prevent unsafe migration and human trafficking.

Caritas India was established in 1960 with its headquarters at the CBCI Centre, New Delhi. Right from its inception, Caritas India has been recognised as a leader in responding to natural and man-made disasters all over the subcontinent. Through its humanitarian response, Caritas India collaborates with the Central and state governments in the wake of such events. The NGO has been abreast with the development trends and has dedicated its resources and efforts towards poverty reduction through an empowerment process towards nation building.

Caritas India networks with 176 local counterparts who are the Diocesan Social Service Societies (DSSS) and hundreds of NGO partners, and tries to reach out to the remotest corners of the country.

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Launch of anti-human trafficking prog tomorrow

GUWAHATI, March 20 - An anti-human trafficking programme for the North East will be launched here on March 22 by Caritas India, the official national organisation of the Catholic Bishops� Conference of India (CBCI) for social concern and human development.

The launch event that will start at 10 am at Don Bosco Institute Kharghuli, is focused on building community awareness to prevent unsafe migration and human trafficking.

Caritas India was established in 1960 with its headquarters at the CBCI Centre, New Delhi. Right from its inception, Caritas India has been recognised as a leader in responding to natural and man-made disasters all over the subcontinent. Through its humanitarian response, Caritas India collaborates with the Central and state governments in the wake of such events. The NGO has been abreast with the development trends and has dedicated its resources and efforts towards poverty reduction through an empowerment process towards nation building.

Caritas India networks with 176 local counterparts who are the Diocesan Social Service Societies (DSSS) and hundreds of NGO partners, and tries to reach out to the remotest corners of the country.