World Water Day

In recent times, studies show that the Himalayas are getting warmer. Bhutan is located in the Himalayas where temperature and precipitation has seen a change because of climate change. The impact of climate change on water resources of Bhutan is felt more by women, given that rural women have more responsibility of household chores and taking care of children.

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Champions for Equality

Our work should equip the next generation of women to outdo us in every field. This is the legacy we will leave behind,” unquote. Rupi Kaur. Celebrating International Women’s Day.

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Youth Matters in Development

  Topic: Youth Matters in Development Host: Dr. Karma Phuntsho is the founder of Loden Foundation, a development organization that promotes education and entrepreneurship in Bhutan as well as the Shejun Agency for Bhutan’s Cultural Documentation and Research. Speaker: Aum Dorji Ohm is the Executive Director of Bhutan Youth Development Fund. She is also the […]

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Practical Emergency Logistics Training

  As an initiative for Emergency Preparedness and Response Plan of the United Nations in Bhutan, the World Food Programme, in collaboration with the Department of Disaster Management under ministry of Home and Cultural Affairs organized a four-day Practical Emergency Logistics Training.   The training focused on installing Mobile Storage Units (MSU) and operating it […]

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