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Province Delegates from the Young at Risk Department meet in Dimapur
By Fr. Christudoss Anthony
Dimapur, Feb. 8. Around 20 Young at Risk (YAR) delegates from eleven Salesian provinces of  India took  part in a daylong  animation that centered around  'Concerns and Issues of YAR in India'.
The  animator for the session was Mr. Munish an erstwhile team member of  CORDAID, based in New Delhi. He truly opened our eyes on the strengthens, weaknesses, opportunities and threats regarding our Young At Risk mission in India. Besides, he was also able point out with the help of the members the  possibilities and the problems of each province  regarding YAR mission: Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Tiruchy, Goa, New Delhi, Kolkata, Dimapur, Guwahati and Shillong. It was truly an enriching one
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