Result of selection interview held on 3/10/2016 time :9 am at RMNP Conference hall
Title of the Post: Elephant Mahout( GSP II) Number of Posts: 2 Nos
Place of Posting: Manas Range
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30 September, Paro: Participants from seven countries expressed their appreciation for organising space to share experiences as change agents as well as for the knowledge gained through the lessons and resources during the Regional Training of Trainers programme on Horticultural Chain Management. The interaction among the participants gave an opportunity to share post harvest issues and solutions to minimize post harvest losses.
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September 28-29, Thimphu: Poaching and illegal wildlife trade are the most serious and immediate threat to Asia’s many charismatic and iconic species, such as tiger, rhino and elephants. The steady draining of biological resources from Asian countries has continued largely unabated and thus negated the increasingly high conservation investments made by us. This should be of no surprise, given the increasingly sophisticated financing mechanisms, breadth and resources deployed by international poaching networks themselves. Recent studies have shown that illegal wildlife trade is one of the top-five of most lucrative illicit economies globally; recently its value was estimated to fall within the range of US$50-150 billion per year.
A huge proportion of this activity occurs in Asia, and there is broad recognition that this threat will not recede without a clear region-wide up-scale of response.
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September 30- October 1, Thimphu: The Wildlife Conservation Division (WCD), Department of Forest and Parks Services organised a two days consultation workshop to ‘revise the Nature Conservation Division’s Vision and Strategy 2003’.
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