While entrepreneurship is gaining momentum in Bhutan due to the emergence of incubators, co-working spaces and start-up competitions, encouraging youth to consider entrepreneurship as a rewarding career option remains a challenge. Low level of perception of entrepreneurship as a serious career path, a mindset further propagated within a traditional family environment, has largely yet to evolve with the push for entrepreneurship in the country. This report finds that training and coaching opportunities to build skills and knowledge of entrepreneurs are widely available at idea and early growth stages. However, a limited offering is available to support start-ups to grow and mature into small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Knowledge in areas such as packaging, meeting standards and quality requirements, marketing and branding are crucial when approaching international buyers.
The Assistant Director-General and Regional Representative for Asia and Pacific Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of United Nations, Ms. Kundhavi Kadiresan called on the Honorable Prime Minister, Lyonchen Dr. Lotay Tshering. Ms. Kadiresan is in the country on a three-day official visit. During her visit, Ms. Kadiresan will launch the Collaborative Partnership on Forests . She […]Read More
Rape, a single word with devastating impact that spans decades, even generations. It destroys bodies and minds and puts peace in jeopardy. When left unpunished or trivialized, it creates a pervasive culture where sexual violence is normalized, women and girls are undervalued, and entire communities and nations are left fractured.Read More
To create a world in which every woman and girl can manage her menstruation in a hygienic way – wherever she is – in privacy, safety and with dignity. Together we can ensure access to menstrual products for all.Read More
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