img 1Sushashoner Jonny Procharavizan (SUPRO), presented separate draft social audit reports on government primary education and government health service at two meetings held at The Daily Star Centre on 5 March 2015. .
According to health experts, the manpower structure is still being followed in the health sector, said the report which included suggestions of increasing the number of nurses and doctors, developing as well as introducing new infrastructures, and ensuring sufficient supply of equipment and other medical commodities, the draft on health service mentioned.

The organization prepared the drafts on the basis of their surveys conducted in a total of 24 districts.
M Abu Yousuf, professor of Dhaka University's development studies department, said locality-based medicine supply and distribution should be raised and more maternity services should be conducted at community clinics. About education sector, the report suggested close monitoring of school management committee members and book distribution process, and ensuring proper education in schools and thereby narrowing the scope of coaching centers.

Principal Kazi Faruq Ahmad, National Education Policy Implementation Committee member, said primary education should be given the highest priority and he stressed the need for an integrated education system.
Prof Mahabuba Nasrin, director of the Institute of Disaster Management and Vulnerability Studies, Dhaka University; Dr Makduma Nargis, additional secretary of Community Clinic Project; Ahmed Swapan Mahmud, SUPRO chairperson, and its Executive Member Hosne Ara Hasi spoke among others.

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