Donât leave money on the table
The government’s decision to increase the capacity of the ministries and divisions, then, is a definite step in the right direction
With Bangladesh well on its way to becoming a middle-income nation, it cannot be denied that foreign aid is crucial to its ongoing development.
And, due to the strict rules imposed by financiers and last year’s terrorist attacks, foreign aid has declined.
The government’s decision to increase the capacity of the ministries and divisions, then, is a definite step in the right direction.
We need to ensure that the money we receive is utilised to the fullest, to the benefit of the hard-working citizens of this country, and for the continued growth of our infrastructure and economic prowess.
Bangladesh’s future depends on foreign investment. Let us not waste our chance.
Dhaka Tribune, July 15, 2017
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