The Autonomous District Council, Teachers Association (ADCTA) has lauded the district administration, health care workers, churches, teachers, private schools, police, peons, and waste collectors etc. who are playing a critical role in the district headquarter especially for the returnees during the deadly COVID- 19 pandemic.
In a release issued by president Taluiyang Kahmei, he expressed his gratitude to the people working in the essential services for their commendable, ongoing contributions and services to the society during the outbreak of COVID- 19 pandemic.
He said that many teachers and peons have already been assisting greatly, during the COVID-19 pandemic as volunteers, the release said. The need for the volunteers has never been greater, it said.
"Many of our volunteers in our districts are finding ways to make a difference for the people in need, even as many of us stay home,” it added.
“I cannot stress enough how valuable contribution you have made not only to our school but our society as a whole, but we need more people who are willing to help, involve and provide support at this crucial time,” it further said.
The heroes are the volunteers who deliver meals to the inmates in the quarantine centres, cook food and serve the hungry, the release stated.
“I am truly inspired by their commitment and spirit of volunteering and service rendered in the capacity of their own to our people by the teachers and peons of autonomous district council in Tamenglong, Noney, Khoupum, Nungba, Tamei, and Tousem and in village level,” Taluiyang said.