Bhutan rates the highest in water availability in the region, however, access to water resources still remain an issue. Majority of the water resources flow through small streams and rivers located at the bottom of the gorges and ravines while human settlements and farmlands lay in upper slopes and hilltops. The irony of water scarcity in the face of plenty is thus not new to Bhutan.
The Prime Minister of Bhutan launches nature-based products The Honourable Prime Minister, Lyonchen Dasho Tshering Tobgay launched nine nature-based products today at the Taj Tashi, Thimphu. The products were anti-wrinkle cream, massage balm, liniment, massage oil, perfume, soaps, and hand sanitizer to support sustainable rural livelihoods. Speaking at the launch, the Honourable Prime Minister said, […]Read More
UNDP country office in Thimphu would like to announce the sale of a Toyota Landcruiser with the following details: Vehicle registration no. Date of Purchase Model/ Make Condition 3 CD 10 2006 Toyota Landcruiser (Diesel) Good running condition Interested bidders may send in their bids in a sealed envelope marked as “Bid for […]Read More
On the passing of the 7th Secretary General of the United Nations, Kofi Annan, on 18 August 2018, the United Nations family in Bhutan would like to express our deepest condolences to his family members. We thank the Royal Government of Bhutan for initiating the lighting of a thousand butter-lamps at the Tashichho Dzong on […]Read More
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