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  • Picture Story: Japanese Delegation visiting Bhutan to learn about Bhutan’s Organic Programme

    Kisarazu City

    26 May 2017, Thimphu: A 10 Member Japanese Delegation from Kisarazu City of Chiba Prefecture led by the Hon’ble Mayor Yoshikuni Watanabe are on a visit to Bhutan upon the invitation of the MoAF Minister, Hon’ble Lyonpo Yeshey Dorji. The delegation was received by the Director General of BAFRA, the National Organic Programme Coordinator and the Secretary General of the Bhutan Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Kisarazu City has declared itself as organic to create a sustainable city with nature and its citizens living in harmony. Therefore, the delegation is here to learn about Bhutan’s national programme for moving towards organic agriculture, sustainable environmentally friendly tourism and the GNH Concept.
    – ICTD

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  • Consultative Workshop on Animal Nutrition underway

    Department of Livestock and Dzongkhags
    Officials from the central programs under the Department of Livestock and Dzongkhags are attending the workshop

    25 to 27 May, 2017, Zhemgang:  A Consultative Workshop on Animal Nutrition Workshop is under way at RDTC, Zhemgang. The workshop will review the feed and fodder development programs implemented in the country and deliberate various issues related to Animal Nutrition.

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  • Regional Symposium on Natural Capital and Payment for Environmental Services

    1Watershed Management Division, Department of Forests and Parks Services, MoAF in collaboration with WWF Bhutan Office is organizing a symposium on Natural Capital and Payment for Environmental Services (PES). The theme of the symposium is: “Integrating ecosystem services for decisions making”. The symposium will take place from 25-27 May 2017 and it is being organized at Hotel Zhiwaling, Paro. Hon’ble Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture & Forest, graced the opening ceremony of the symposium.

    The symposium has two main objectives:

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  • Traditional Pottery thriving in Gangjur

    potMay 24, Lhuentse: The making of traditional pottery is almost an extinct practice in the country. But in Gangjur, it still thrives serving as an alternative source of income for three people working at the Traditional Pottery Centre of Gangjur.

    One of them is a 60 years old Karchung. He along with two others, a 62 year old Tshewang Choden and a 50 years old Zangmo are keeping the age old tradition still alive.

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  • UWICER Training Workshop on Forestry Economics being held

    More than thirty officials from the Social Forestry and Extension Division, Territorial Division, Park Offices, Green Bhutan Corporation Limited and UWICER are attending the training workshop
    More than thirty officials from the Social Forestry and Extension Division, Territorial Division, Park Offices, Green Bhutan Corporation Limited and UWICER are attending the training workshop

    A training workshop on Development of Business Plan for the Forestry Sector organised by the Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environmental Research (UWICER) is underway at Jambayang resort, Thimphu. The five day training workshop (22 to 26 May, 2017) is organised as per the directives by the Department of Forests and Park Services. Dr. Pema Wangda, the Chief of Watershed Management Division (DoFPs) attended the opening ceremony of the event.

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