The RNR Newsletter for 16-31 March 2021 highlights the quinoa, the healthy food which is picking up in Sergithang gewog, Tsirang.
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The Department of Agricultural Marketing and Cooperatives (DAMC) invites proposals from aspiring registered Farmer Groups (FGs) and Co-operatives (Co-ops) to establish viable new Renewable Natural Resources (RNR) – based enterprises; that has the potential to grow, generate gainful employment and contribute to the national economy.
Financial support for the establishment of the enterprise is as follows: Continue reading
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The yak federation was formed to promote yak farming as a vibrant and sustainable program for highlanders. The federation will ensure aggregation, standardization, quality assurance and cooperative marketing of yak products as well as developing the brand value of Bhutanese yak products nationally and globally. The other important benefit of forming a federation will be the empowerment of the highland communities in terms of governance and decision making for the improvement and sustainability of their livelihoods and their living environment.
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As per selection interview held on 9th April, 2021, ARDC Samtenling would like to announce selected candidate for the post of Farm Attendant as mentioned below:
|Name||CID No.||Post Applied||Remarks||Place of Posting|
|Karma Tamang||11310000727||Farm Attendant||standby|
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Sealed bids are invited from eligible suppliers/contractors for the following work:
|Name of tender||Project duration||Estimated Cost (Nu.)||Submission time|
|Construction of poultry rearing shed||2 months||4 million||14:00 Hrs|
|Supply and installation of poultry parent stock feeding and drinking system||2 months||1.5 million||14:00 Hrs|
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The NWG member comprises different stakeholders from policy, research, extension, private sector, marketing and regulation sector. The NWG is responsible for development of the organic sector in Bhutan and takes technical decisions to guide the direction of the organic farming sector.
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Bhutan has taken initiatives of rice fortification which started with a school feeding program in 2017 to supplement 8 micro nutrient and minerals as per the World Food Programme standards that are mostly lacking in the Bhutanese diets as per the recommendation of the Ministry of Health.
The initiative has been an exemplary among many developing countries, worth noting and sharing the experiences. Hence a regional awareness and experience workshop is scheduled both virtually and physically on 15-16 April 2021 at Punakha with expert speakers from Thailand, Bangladesh, India and Bhutan.
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