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MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FORESTS
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
ADB – JFPR 9146-BHU: Farm Roads to Support Poor Farmers’ Livelihoods
The Department of Agriculture, MoAF is an Implementing Agency of the Asian Development Bank administrated Grant Project funded by Japan Fund for Poverty Reduction (JFPR 9146-BHU) for the Farm Roads to Support Poor Farmers’ Livelihoods. Therefore, the Department would like to invite the interested eligible National Consultancy Firms to submit the Expression of Interest to carry out the Project Endline Survey to measure the impact of the project by the farm roads in the project areas given below:
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BidhoongGewog, Trashigang, July 3, 2013.The villagers, local government officials and civil servants of BidhoongGewog with the seedling support from Dzongkhag Forest Sector planted 3350 tree saplings for making the Gewog Green. The planned plantation program which could not be done on 2nd June 2013 to commemorate the Social Forestry day due to some urgent works of the public was done on the 23rd June, 2012 with involvement of all the people who stay in the Gewog. BidhoongGup, DorjiWangchuk, a former Forest Officer initiated the program by applying for free saplings from the Dzongkhag authorities in February 2013. The Gewog plans to continue such mass plantations in the near future. BidhoongGewog is the first Gewog who have done such a plantation involving everyone.
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Thimphu, 1 July: The advisor to the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests (MoAF), Hon’ble Lyonpo Om Pradhan accompanied by the senior officials from Druk Holding Investments, Hon’ble Secretary (MoAF), Dasho Dzongda (Thimphu), Dasho Thrompon (Thimphu) visited the National Animal Hospital, Chubachu to oversee the mass dog sterilisation and vaccination campaign being conducted.
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The orientation program for the sixth batch certificate course in Conservation, Environment and Forestry Studies at Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment (UWICE) began today. The new batch consists of thirty trainees including twenty boys and ten girls.
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