Annual report-writing group of NCRPD holds second coordination meeting

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The second coordination meeting of the annual report-writing group of the National Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities was held at the meeting hall of the Department of Rehabilitation under the Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday afternoon.
On the occasion, Deputy Minister for Information U Ye Tint, Chairman of the annual report-writing group, said upholding a concept that it is responsible for the people with disabilities, the government publishes the annual report of the national committee to provide information on data about undertakings for those with disabilities to both domestic and international organizations. The first and second annual reports have been published and distributed in Myanmar and English languages. During the meeting, he expressed his intention to present the sector-wise progress of work made in preparing the third annual report. Furthermore, he emphasized the importance of collaboration to ensure the publication of a comprehensive report.
Subsequently, U Sithu Win, Director of the Vulnerable Groups Branch of the Department of Rehabilitation, presented measures being taken for the drawing up of the draft for the third annual report and those present at the meeting gave suggestions on completion of the report in August. — MNA/KZW

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