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Int’l child rights, sight confce held at Yale

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Health Desk—Nov 16, 2017: Distressed Children & Infants International (DCI), an international non-profit child rights organisation, has hosted its 6th International Conference on Child Rights and Sight at Yale University.

The event was part of DCI's global initiative to raise awareness of children's rights and blindness prevention. It brought together more than 300 people including diplomats, non-profit leaders, and academics from around the world, says a press release.

On the occasion, Yale representative and Dean Sten Vermund gave a speech, while participants also heard from more than 30 distinguished speakers including former US ambassador to Bangladesh Dan Mozena, Ambassador of Sri Lanka to the United Nations Dr Rohan Perera, CEO and Chairman of Transcom Group Latifur Rahman, Prof Richard Cash, and Executive Director of TMSS Hosne Ara Begum.