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  • First SFS-Bhutan Semester Program Begins

    20150907_103149A group of 21 undergraduate students from the United States of America (USA) arrived in Bhutan today (7 September 2015) to attend a 3-month’s semester program in Bhutan. The Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment (UWICE) and the School for Field Studies (SFS) jointly hosts an interdisciplinary field based course on Himalayan Environment and Society in Transition. During the program, students will undertake three main courses: i) Political and Socioeconomic Dimensions of Environment; ii) Mountain Ecology; and iii) Land Use, Natural Resources, and Conservation. The students will also carry out directed field research and learn about Bhutan’s religion and culture.\

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  • Vacancy Announcement

    The Wildlife Conservation Division, DoFPs, MoAF is recruiting 1 ESP as per the approval of the RCSC vide order no. RCSC/HRMD/13/2015/666 dated 1st September, 2015. The application should be submitted latest by 18 September 2015.

    The requirements are mentioned below:

    1. Applicant should be a Bhutanese national.
    2. Age between 18-40 years old.
    3. Medical fitness certificate.
    4. Security clearance for employment.
    5. Application (mention contact no.)
    6. Citizen ID card photocopy.
    7. If employed NOC from parent organization
    8. Employment Application Form (Annexure 4/1)

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  • Notice Inviting Expression of Interest (EoI)

    The Zhemgang Forest Division would like to hire a service of local consultant for development of master plan with technical estimates for renovation of Kheng Dumang Tshachu.

    Therefore, interested consulting firm having valid consultancy license may submit your CV along with the application to address below by 3 PM of on 8th September 2015.  The detail ToR is available for download at www.moaf.gov.bt, or contact CFO at 03-741323/741205 during office hour for further information.

    Please click here to download/view the ToR

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  • Barging Bear rescued from Haa

    Safe and Sound, An old and aged rescued Himalayan Black Bear
    Safe and Sound, An old and aged rescued Himalayan Black Bear

    August 18, 2015, Thimphu: Officials from Wildlife Rescue and Animal Health Center at Taba rescued a male Himalayan Black Bear, weighing 116 kgs, earlier this month. The animal was brought to the rehabilitation facility after rescuing from Dorithasa under Dekiling geog in Haa Dzongkhag.

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