KATHMANDU: Annual social audit of Jagaran Media Center concluded here on Thursday amid a function attended by Dalit leaders, activists, and journalists.
During the function, the officials had briefed about the ongoing projects carried out by the organization besides its income and expenditures of the fiscal year 2077-78 BS.
Account officer of Jagaran Media Center Prabha Pariyar informed that the total income of the organization was 9.21 million while the expenditure was 7.79 million in the last year.
At the function program manager, Anju Kandel presented the progress report of the organization. Speakers of the program hailed the efforts of Jagaran Media Center on lobbying for the Dalit and other marginalized communities and had suggested that the Centre should widen its field.
“We have conducted the annual social audit to ensure social responsibility, accountability, transparency, and good governance and the organization will continue it every year,” said Chairperson of the JMC, Kamala Bishwokarma, who is also a member of the Constituent Assembly. “Legal awareness and implementation of law will be the focus of JMC now.”
Another key official of the Center, General Secretary Bhim Ghimire had conducted the program in which treasurer Sushil Darnal gave a welcome speech.
During the program member of Bagmati Provincial Assembly Maina Achhami, information officer of District Coordination Committee of Kathmandu Madhu Khanal, Nepali Congress leader Rajan Bishwokarma, Chairman of Dalit Sewa Sangh Ishwori Bishwokarma, Bal Maya Bishwokarma of Juri Nepal, journalists Ramita Yadav and Binod Pariyar had suggested JMC to continue with the media campaign for proper implementation of existing laws right from the lower levels.