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.
Mr. Achim Steiner, UNDP Administrator and UN Under-secretary General met with the United Nations Country Team in Bhutan today. Mr. Achim Steiner is in Bhutan to Co-chair the 14th Round Table Meeting (RTM), which is the highest forum for policy dialogue between Bhutan and its development partners. The RTM is organized by the Royal Government […]Read More
Vaccines protect children against disease and death, saving up to 3 million lives every year. In short,#VaccinesWork. Bhutan joins the global community in observing the World Immunization Week April 24-30 – a key global movement held every year to re-focus attention on the importance of vaccination for children. #UNICEFBhutan #ForEveryChild #ProtectedTogetherRead More
UN commits to ensure sustainable graduation …would continue its partnership even after graduation By Tshering Dorji (Kuensel Issue: July 30) To ensure sustainable graduation from the category of least developed countries, Bhutan must focus on self-reliance. However, the UN system in Bhutan will continue its assistance and renew its role even after […]Read More
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