The UN turns 75 this year. Join UN Bhutan’s Art for Change-The Future We Want four-day roadshow. Learn about UN Bhutan and the various environmental issues that affects us all through different forms of art, such as theatre, painting and writing whilst visualizing the future you want. Featuring Charmi Chheda, a performing arts director and facilitator with the Royal Academy of Performing Arts and Karma Tshering Wangchuk, an artist and the creator of Bhutan Street Fashion. Stay engaged during the lockdown, register with us. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Giving every Bhutanese a chance to make their voices heard, and to share their hopes and fears for the future you want. This year, the United Nations (UN) turns 75. Since 1945, the UN has transformed the lives of millions of people. But today, its mission to build a better world is more urgent and […]Read More
The members of the National Council led by the Chaiperson, Thrizin Tashi Dorji, signed the Book of Condolences for the former Secretary General of the United Nations, Kofi Annan, at the UN House in Thimphu and is open till Friday, August 24, 2018. Kofi Annan passed away on August 18.Read More
Despite the lush greenery that surrounds Ngarpongtang village in Thangrong, Bhutan, until recently, it was impossible to grow vegetables there. “I used to have to go to other villages to exchange pinewood for vegetables,” says Wangdi, a 54-year-old farmer. “We couldn’t get vegetables to grow here.” Water was a scarce resource in this […]Read More
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