India rewards Vedruna work in Manipur
The president of India awarded Sister William Parmar, a young religious of the Carmelites of Charity of Vedruna, in Manipur, who leads projects in favor of education and health care for the poorest and promotes care for the environment.

Sister Parmar obtained the 2018-2019 award from the NSS in the category of "Program Leader of the NSS Unit" as "recognition of her exemplary and commendable social service," said the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports according to the newspaper India Matters.

In total 42 people were awarded in three different categories. According to the daily India Matters, the nun says that she is guided by the motto "Not me, but you" that reflects her desire to serve others and those most in need of the town of Maram Ramlung, in Manipur.

Among the projects promoted under his leadership is the construction of public toilets, sewage canals and waste treatment plants as part of the government's Swachh Bharath (Clean India) campaign, which seeks to “eliminate open defecation and improve waste management. solid waste ”in the country.

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