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CHR lends hand to Hundreds queued in the Mobile Clinic:Relief for 37 differently able during the Mobile Service in the North

2013 Jul 29

Birth Certificates are normally issued before a week time after the child birth. K. Selvarani a resident of Vadamarachchi in Jaffna obtained her Birth Certificate last July 24th. She received this during the Mobile clinic jointly organized by the CaFFE organization, Centre for Human Rights and Research (CHR).

Disabled people are not a repercussion only due to war but due to natural disasters such as Tsunami. The duty of a civilized society is not to neglect such people but to uphold them with courage and confidence.

During the mobile Service Clinivs CaFEE and CHR gave preference to these differently able people first priority.

During the Mobile Service clinic to facilitate the identity a village level register is created for people who don’t have certified documents. It is the duty of Centre for Human Rights to mobilize these people to this clinic. In absence we had to go with the photographers and Grama Niladaris to their doorstep. We put our maximum effort for this successful event.

There were 37 differently able persons among 7500 people in the North during the mobile Clinic. During the temporary ID clinic organized by CaFFE and CHR many hundreds were facilitated to obtain the service.

We consider the disabled people as a part of our society therefore priority is given to all differently able people to take part in  FaFFE’s clinic.

CaFFE is dedicated by heart to mobilize all citizens for a free and fair election.

 

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