“When we look at the future, we see the world in a state of ominous uncertainty. Human activities have led to imbalance in nature and ecological shifts that cause growing problems like climate change and natural calamities.”– His Majesty the King.
A two-day media workshop on “Climate Change, Solutions and the SDGs” organized by the UN in partnership with Journalists’ Association of Bhutan, WWF Bhutan and ICIMOD is ongoing at Paro. The workshop is being attended by editors and reporters from print and broadcast media, social media influencers, film makers, photographers and bloggers. #BhutanClimateActionNetworkRead More
The United Nations in collaboration with the Royal Government of Bhutan organized a two-day Training of Trainers on Teaching Techniques, Immigration and Border Management and Cascading Training on Passport Examination Procedure. This training aims to help improve policy, legislation, operational systems, human resources and administrative and technical structures required to respond more effectively to diverse […]Read More
The Asia-Pacific region has a poor track record when it comes to preventing foodborne illnesses, resulting in the deaths of 225,000 people each year, the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said today, during an event marking the first World Food Safety Day. “Worldwide, each year, unsafe food or water kill more people than […]Read More
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