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  • PRESS RELEASE “IHR-PVS National Bridging Workshop” 13 – 15th March 2018 Tashi Namgay Resort, Paro

    received_10155692351563999The health of humans and animals is interlinked and majority of emerging, re-emerging, and endemic human diseases have their origins in animals, and diseases of animals can have additional implications for human health through food safety and food security. More than 60% known human pathogens originate from animals and about 75% emerging infectious diseases are zoonotic in nature. Therefore, there is a shared responsibility and synergic potential for collaboration between public and animal health sectors in the efforts to combat zoonotic diseases.

    The Department of Medical Services, Ministry of Health and Department of Livestock, Ministry of Agriculture and Forests are jointly organizing National IHR-PVS Bridging Workshop from 13 to 15 March 2017 in collaboration with World Health Organization (WHO) and World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) at Tashi Namgay Resort, Paro. The main objective of the National Bridging Workshop is to provide opportunity for both human and animal health services to review current collaboration gaps in key technical areas and to develop a joint road-map of corrective measures and strategic investments to improve the work at the animal-human interface in the prevention, detection and control of zoonotic diseases.

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  • Vacancy announcement

    The National Nublang Breeding Centre, Tashiyangphu under the Department of Livestock is pleased to invite application from eligible Bhutanese National for the following post under ESP Category. The interested candidates may apply to the Farm Manager latest by 8th April 2018 fulfilling the criteria mentioned below with contact number:

    • Applicant should be Bhutanese
    • Experienced certificates if any
    • If employed no objection certificate from employer

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  • Vacancy re-announcement

    The National Dairy Research Centre, Yusipang under Department of Livestock is pleased to re-announce vacancies for the post of following GSP/ESP.

    Interested candidate may kindly apply to the Program Director, National Dairy Research Centre, Yusipang on or before 19th March 2018 at 2.00PM. Only short listed candidate will be called for selection interview. For Further clarification please contact at this no. 17116983/17116985 during office hours.

    The following documents should be attached during the time of submission of application
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  • Vacancy announcement

    The Regional Pig and Poultry Breeding Centre, Lingmethang, Mongar is pleased to invite application from the Bhutanese National for the post of Elementary Service Personnel (ESP). Those eligible may apply from 5th to 19th March, 2018 with the following documents.

    1. Citizenship Identity Card.
    2. Security Clearance Certificate
    3. Medical Fitness Certificate
    4. RCSC employment form with three passport size photograph.
    5. No objection certificate from the employer for those currently employed
    6. Application with similar work experience will be given preference for the purpose of Short listing.

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  • Stakeholders discussed National Highland Flagship Program

    The meeting in progressA consultative meeting on National Highland Flagship Program was held on February 27 to seek endorsement of its concept note and agreement on forming a technical working group.

    The program is the first among flagship programs to reach the final stage of implementation. Flagship programs are major means to achieve the NKRA besides AKRAs and LGKRAs. The programs involve multi–sector interventions to address key national issues; therefore, the Royal Government places high priority to these programs. As a strategic approach to addressing issues and challenges, the broad interventions shall take place under eight thematic areas: policy, education, health, energy, communication, livelihood, and tradition and culture.

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