Experts at a dialogue on Wednesday emphasised making certain transparency in public expenditure for vitamin sector.
Nearly 10 per cent of the nationwide funds is allotted to vitamin sector, and correct utilisation of those assets is essential to make sure vitamin governance, they instructed the dialogue organised by SoMaSHTe, a media think-tank.
The audio system targeted on vitamin governance to attain the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), saying it is vital for the media to play a proactive position in attaining the event targets.
Senior media professionals, officers, representatives of the Bangladesh National Nutrition Council (BNNC), and growth consultants participated within the dialogue.
It was organised beneath the European Union-funded ‘Collective Responsibility, Action and Accountability for Improved Nutrition’ venture, led by Concern Worldwide, a global growth organisation.
The BNNC gives strategic help for media engagement in vitamin governance.
BNNC Director General Dr. Hasan Shahriar Kabir was the chief visitor, whereas senior journalist and Editor-in-Chief of TV Today Manjurul Ahsan Bulbul presided over the occasion.
Addressing the dialogue, moderated by SoMaSHTe Director Mir Masrur Zaman, the audio system made commitments to stress vitamin governance-related information within the media, and confused the significance of bettering native journalism.
The chief visitor mentioned vitamin governance is principally associated to insurance policies and strategic features of the general vitamin system. Various ministries have (undertaken) particular programmes within the gentle of those (insurance policies and features).
There is a chance for the media to work carefully to look at how the advantages of those programmes are reaching the folks. In addition, the media may also help unfold the nutrition-related ideas (amongst mass folks), he opined.
Manjurul Ahsan Bulbul mentioned the media ought to prioritise the problems associated to public curiosity, resembling vitamin governance. Specialisation of journalists must be ensured for masking such matters.