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.
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
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
PROCUREMENT NOTICE/ REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS UNDP, Thimphu 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 […]Read More
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