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  • NCD conducts a technical workshop on Key Biodiversity Areas

    The workshop was funded by RGoB and GEF LDCF-NAPA III Project. 

    19-21 March, Thimphu: The Nature Conservation Division (NCD) of the Department of Forests & Park Services conducted a technical workshop on Key Biodiversity Areas (KBA). The main objective of the workshop was to introduce the concept of KBA and provide hands on application of International standards of KBA sites.

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  • Vacancy at Bhutan for Life

    The Ministry of Agriculture & Forests would like to announce vacancies for the following posts for the Bhutan for Life PCU under Department of Forests and Park Services:

     

    S/No.Position TitleQualificationRelevant Experience required
    1Project OfficerMasters Degree/ PG Diploma in Business/ Public Administration/ Env. Mgt.Minimum 5 years
    2Monitoring and Evaluation OfficerMasters Degree (preferably in Monitoring and Evaluation Natural Resource Mgt or Env. Mgt)Minimum 5 years

     

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  • Vacancy for Gardener

    Thimphu Forest Division, under the Department of Forests and Park Services, DoFPS is pleased to announce the vacancy for the following post under Elementary Support Personnel (ESP) Category.

    Sl#PostCategory No.of post Age Limit(Years)Place of posting
    1GardenerESP118-50Samazingkha Agro-Forstery
    GardenerESP118-50Nursery Centre, Nizerkha

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  • 6th World Wildlife Day observed at Jomotshangkha Wildlife Sanctuary

    The 68th session of United Nations General Assembly declared 3rd March as World Wildlife Day (WWD) to raise the awareness on Wild Fauna and Flora and to address the plight of wildlife worldwide. The day was first commemorated in 2014 and since then Bhutan has been regularly observing the day.

    For this year, the global theme for World Wildlife Day is in line with the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 14, and thus “Life below water: for people and planet” with focus on marine species. Since Bhutan is a landlocked nation with no marine habitats and even lesser aquatic habitats, the day in Bhutan was observed with a theme relevant to our nature of human-wildlife co-existence “Wildlife – The Next Door Neighbour, Enable Harmonious Co-existence”. The day was observed at Minjiwoong Central School under Jomotshangkha Dungkhag, organized by Jomotsangkha Wildlife Sanctuary (JWS) with support from Nature Conservation Division. The day was graced by Chief Dzongkhag Education Officer as a Chief Guest and attended by the Principal, staffs and students of Minjiwoong Central School.

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