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  • Notice Inviting Limited Tender

    The Wangchuck Centennial National Park, Bumthang invites bid from eligible and qualified bidders registered with CDB for the  construction work mentioned below:-

    Name of work & Construction siteContract DurationSubmission DateOpening

    Date & Time

    staff quarter at Nasiphel at Chokhortey in Bumthang Dzongkhag4 months21.03.2015 or before 1.00 pm21.03.2015 at 2.00 pmSmall

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  • 2nd World Wildlife Day celebrated

    UntitledMarch 3, Trongsa: The 2nd World Wildlife Day was celebrated at Jangbi under Langthel geog with a theme in Bhutan ‘Partnering with Local Communities to Combat Wildlife Crime’ while the global theme is Wildlife Crime is serious: let’s get serious about wildlife crime’. The celebration was graced by Dasho Paljor J Dorji as the Guest of Honour and Dasho Norbu, Drangpon, Trongsa Dzongkhag as the Chief Guest.

    Also present at the occasion were the invited guests from WWF Bhutan Office, Tarayana, students and senior officials from the Department of Forest and Park Services and Dzongkhag. The occasion was attended by 200 invitees.

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  • Announcement on International Glacier Symposium at UWICE

    An International symposium on the state of Himalayan Glaciers will be held in UWICE from 16th – 18th April 2015 with an objective to bring together experts who have been working on Himalayan glaciers from across the globe, to take stock of how much we know about Himalayan glaciers and to determine the next key questions and define strategies to provide required answers.

    Here are the links to download:

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  • Training Workshop on Protected Area Management Effectiveness

    UntitledWildlife Conservation Division, Department of the Forests and Park Services is currently conducting a three days training workshop on ‘Protected Areas Management Effectiveness’ at Lobesa. The workshop is facilitated by two international experts namely Dr. Nigel Dudley and Dr Sue Stolton, Research Equilibrium, UK, and attended by CFOs and Park Rangers from the project sites (WCNP, PNP, JSWNP, RMNP) and JDNP among others.

    The main objectives of the workshop are to firstly, to introduce management effectiveness (ME) assessment: best practices, tools, global targets and data collection, introduce how ME links to management standards and secondly to discuss how this workshop links into the ‘Bhutan for Life’ project,  thirdly to train participants in the use of the management effectiveness tracking tool (METT), discuss how to enhance the METT and the possibility of developing some Bhutan specific modules and finally to plan the long term institutionalization of ME in Bhutan.

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