The UN family led by the Resident Coordinator joins His Excellency the Prime Minister, representatives from the government and international organizations to observe the “Zero Waste Hour” by cleaning the area around the Takin Preserve Zoo in Sangaygang.
The “Zero Waste Hour” was launched by Her Majesty, the Gyaltsuen, on 2 June as an initiative to instill behaviour change towards proper waste management and practice sustainable consumption lifestyle leading towards safe, healthy and clean environment.
The day will be observed for one hour every 2nd day of the month.
Dechen Wangmo, Paro Nov 16, 2018 UN Resident Coordinator Gerald Daly The United Nations in Bhutan will now honour development journalism in the country every year through the Best Development Story Award. The new award would be given at the annual Journalists Association of Bhutan (JAB) Awards. The UN Resident Coordinator, Gerald […]Read More
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
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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