• Vacancy for ESP

    The Divisional Forest Office, Samtse under Department of Forest and Park Services is pleased to invite application from eligible Bhutanese nationals for following vacant post.

    Sl.No.Name of PostPost categoryNumber of postPlace of posting/Office Name
    1Sweeper/Night GuardESP1Tashicholing Range Office
    2Sweeper/Night GuardESP1Tendu Beat Office
    3Sweeper/Night GuardESP1Sangacholing Beat Office

    The application should be submitted to the Chief Forestry Officer, Samtse Division on or before 31st October, 2019 with the following documents and should meet the following criteria. Continue reading  Post ID 11621

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  • Pramer Bamdhir farmroad and baily bridge inaugurated in Trashiyangtse

    Trashiyangtse: The Hon’ble Sanam Lyonpo inaugurated a 14 km Pramer-Bamdhir farmroad and the 170 ft baily bridge with a carrying capacity of 24 MT on October 11.

    The farmroad construction was started in 2016 and completed in 2018 at the cost of Nu. 21.35 M while the bridge was built at the cost of Nu. 19.5 M with fund from the Royal Government of Bhutan. They will benefit 85 households connecting Berteng, Bamdhir, Betsamang and Zhapang villages under Bumdeling gewog. The inauguration was attended by beneficiaries, local leaders and relevant officials.

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  • Forest Engagement Note on “Pathways for Sustainable Forest Management and Socio-equitable Economic Development” launched

    2 October Thimphu: The Ministry of Agriculture & Forests (MoAF) in collaboration with the World Bank jointly launched the Forest Engagement Note for Bhutan titled “Pathways for Sustainable Forest Management and Socio-equitable Economic Development”. His Excellency, Lyonpo Yeshey Penjor, MoAF graced the event as the Chief Guest. His Excellency jointly launched the note along with Dr. Mercy Miyang Tombon, Country Director for Bangladesh and Bhutan, Dasho Rinzin Dorji, Hon’ble Secretary, MoAF and Resident Representative of World Bank Office, Bhutan.

    The launch event was organised to present the diagnostics and key findings of the forest note to a broad audience in Bhutan, including policymakers, civil society, academia, and private sector and to initiate a dialogue intended to enrich the broader recommendations outlined in the Note and to identify other key policy gaps and opportunities in the forest sector.

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