The participants of a program organised by INSEC in lalitpur on August 30, regarding experience sharing on its project on education, health and food rights to make responsible bodies accountable, stressed on claiming demand being responsible.
Speaking at the program, INSEC chairperson Subodh Raj Pyakurel said that knowledge and skills gained from the program should be combined to claim demand with various bodies of the government along with coordination. He added that state means its people aswell and people should never forget their responsibility. Work plan followed by the constitution is law and work planning should be flexible and should change along with social changes he said.
Pyakurel also stressed on deploying resources and materials in local levels. The rights of marginalised community people should be accessed through human rights and democratic process, Pyakurel stressed.
Krishna Chandra Thakuri, director general of Animal Department said that the operation of project by INSEC on education, health and food rights might have been more effective if it was operated in 75 districts.
Sub-secretary Lekh Nath Acharya of agriculture ministry said that government is giving food sovereignity a priority.
Speaking at the program, Dr Hari Lamichhane of Education Ministry said that eighth amendment of education law has been brought for compulsory education. He added that education sector cannot be improved only with governmental infrastructure.
INSEC executive director Bijaya Raj Gautam highlighted the objectives of the program and said that it is important to establish harmony between service taker and provider in district and local level.
INSEC General secretary Ramesh Chandra Paudel said that government has brought forward some good programs on education, health and food rights however it is not that satisfactory.
INSEC mid-regional office