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Interested national qualified Universities/Institutes/Consulting Firms are invited to submit “Proposal (Technical & Financial)” to carry out “Green and Climate Smart Technology Business Development Training” coordinated by PPD, MoAF. The proposal should be prepared as per instructions provided in the RFP/TOR and emailed to Karpo Dukpa at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 4 PM (BST) on 10th September 2021. Late submission will not be accepted.
The assignment duration is 2 months and is intended to commence 4th week of September 2021. The expected deliverables are: (1) inception report detailing methodology, workplan, curriculum and session plans, (2) conduct training for targeted groups at venue identified by PPD, MoAF, (3) digital training materials booklet and (4) post-training report, including course evaluation and follow-up action.
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As endorsed during the 496th HRC Meeting held on August 31, 2021, the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests is pleased to announce the selection interview result for the post of Marketing Officer (P4A) held on August 27, 2021 on lateral transfer.
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This is to notify the general public visiting monasteries, neys, going on treks and hiking and travelling on highways and roads are requested to kindly refrain from feeding monkeys along the way. For example, over the years the monkey population along the way to Tango and Chari has increased drastically as they get easy food from the visitors. This has resulted in increasing cases of conflict between monkeys and humans and also causing damages to Nangtens inside Tango and Chari Lhakhangs.
Feeding of monkeys adversely alters their natural behavior and makes them reliant on humans for food. Such monkeys get used to humans and often attack humans or show aggressive behaviour. There is also a high risk of disease transmission from monkey to human as well as from human to monkey while feeding. Similarly, poor waste management including disposal of religious Tormas and edible offerings have been increasingly attracting wildlife mainly bears. This is risking wildlife attacks on monks, visitors and workers in the locality.
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