Media have huge potential to influence health-related behaviors and perceptions, especially in countries like Bhutan where people have huge trust on information that appears in the public sphere. The general public often uses this information to make decisions and participate in issues that affects their lives. This way journalists play a huge public role, and must therefore, show responsibility in how they package and share information.
The United Nations Resident Coordinator in Bhutan, Mr. Gerald Daly, presented his credentials to the Honorable Prime Minister, Lyonchen Dr. Lotay Tshering today. This follows the de-linking of the RC System from the UNDP on 01 January 2019, as a result of the UN Secretary-General’s Reform of the UN Development System. The RC system brings […]Read More
The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Lyonpo Dr. Tandi Dorji and the Head of Office of the World Food Programme (WFP) launched the Food and Dietary Guidelines for School-aged Children during the first National School Nutrition Day. The observation of the national day marks an important step in the joint initiative of WFP and the ministries […]Read More
The Assistant Director-General and Regional Representative for Asia and Pacific Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of United Nations, Ms. Kundhavi Kadiresan called on the Honorable Prime Minister, Lyonchen Dr. Lotay Tshering. Ms. Kadiresan is in the country on a three-day official visit. During her visit, Ms. Kadiresan will launch the Collaborative Partnership on Forests . She […]Read More
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