Following sustained efforts for two years under the “Child rights for change” project, five villages in Banswara district have been declared child labour-free with the credit being given to community-based institutions, children’s groups and enlightened sections of the local tribal community.

At a function organised in Banswara on Thursday, Zila Pramukh Resham Malviya applauded the efforts of Save the Children and other groups for achieving the feat and gave away certificates to the representatives of child protection committees of the five villages

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