PROCUREMENT NOTICE/ REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
UNDP country office invites proposals from qualified and experienced National firm/Individuals to submit proposal for providing Audio visual services (photo/video/documentary/editing and associated communication products) to support UNDP Programmes in Bhutan for 2 years. Interested firm/ Individuals should submit a detailed proposal outlining the methodology. The last date of submission of proposal is 29th March 2018.
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Topic: Bhutan Climate Action
Host: Dr. Karma Phuntsho (first Bhutanese to receive a D.Phil from Oxford and the first Bhutanese to become an Oxbridge Fellow.He is also the founder of Loden Foundation, a charity to promote education and entrepreneurship in Bhutan as well as the Shejun Agency for Bhutan’s Cultural Documentation and Research.)
Guest Speaker: Mr. Hendrick Visser (has an MSc. In Sustainable Development, Rural Development Management from the Imperial College / University of London, London, UK and an MSc. In Civil Engineering; Management & Organisation, Water Management from the Delft University of Technology, Delft, the Netherlands.)
Bhutan Dialogues aims to invigorate development thinking in Bhutan and challenge experts and practitioners to deliberate on serious issues of development. This is an open space for critical and dynamic conversation with thought leaders and changemakers drawing upon their expertise, achievements and inspiration. Its objective is to refine our ideas and the pursuit of progress, and to align national goals with the global agenda.
Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay, UN Assistant Secretary General Haoliang Xu, and the Foreign Affairs minister Damcho Dorji launched the 12th Five Year Plan guideline during the opening of the Round Table Meeting.
United Nations Assistant Secretary General, Haoliang Xu: We gather to celebrate Bhutan’s development successes, consider its challenges, and reflect on our respective roles in supporting the sustainable development of Bhutan. I am struck by his humility and his dedication to people centered-development. I recall one quotation of His Majesty’s that I came across in preparation for today. He said “the world must progress together, or fail together.”