Kengkhar Gewog in eastern Bhutan is an example of a whole community facing severe water shortages due to climate change. There was not a single day, 54-year old Lungten Zangmo, remembers not worrying about the challenges of not having access to water. It was a common sight to see children and women fetching water from distant common sources in their community, often at night. Many young children had to sacrifice their education as fetching water for their homes was considered a more pressing domestic need.
The UN Resident Coordinators Office with the Australian Himalayan Foundation are pleased to present this outline of the executive training programme which will be presented to a group of CSOs from May 20 to 30, 2018 in Bhutan. Please find the complete brochure here. Click CSO workshop brochureRead More
If you are not aware or haven’t heard about it? You are not late! Business Idea Competition of Bhutan (BICOB) 2018; an awareness program just started with two institutes in Thimphu and ended with Royal Thimphu College from April 3 to April 18. After visiting schools and Technical Training Insitutes across Punakha #DarshidingHSS #TTIKhuruthang, Haa […]Read More
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.Read More
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