August 4–5, Trashigang: More than 30 participants representing the Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary, Regional Livestock Development Centre (RLDC) Kanglung, Dzongkhag Livestock Sector, geog administration Merak and beneficiary communities from Cheabling and Shetimey under Merak geog attended the annual review and planning workshop for Sustainable Rangeland Management to protect Red Pandas and Herders’ Livelihoods.
It was held to review the past one year progress, address issues and align plans with the geog priorities. RLDC-Kanglung organised it with fund support from the Darwin Initiative Project.
In his opening address, Dasho Dzongdag highlighted the vital role of multi-stakeholders in achieving the sustainable rangeland development goals. He also stressed major roles that beneficiary communities need to play in achieving them and improving their livelihoods.
Submitted by Dr. Tshering Dorjee, Regional Director, RLDC-Kanglung
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