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Bhutan
Climate Change Mitigation
34,900.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP7/Y1/CORE/CC/2021/03
Chubjakha village under Hungrel Gewog is one of the smallest villages under Paro Dzongkhag. The village is located at an altitude of 2,800 meters above the sea level. Chubjakha has a population of about 200people in 24 households. Currently there ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
30,600.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP7/Y1/CORE/BD/2021/04
In recent years, bird watching has picked up in Bhutan with more citizens getting into watching birds. As well as, annually Bhutan receives thousands of tourists for bird watching. It is the right time to venture in scientifically documenting bird ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
45,000.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP6/Y6/CORE/LSP/2020/34
Background: The project will take place along the Manas River basin in southern Bhutan which mostly falls under the administration of Royal Manas National Park (RMNP). As Bhutan’s first national park, established in 1966, RMNP is home to ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
Climate Change Mitigation
50,000.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP7/Y2/CORE/CC/2021/16
Project Rationale: Aja Ney is one of the most sacred pilgrimage sites located in the Bumdeling Wildlife Sanctuary (BWS). It is a remote community of 34 households who have thus far been deprived of access to electric power. Due to conservation ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
Land Degradation
30,400.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP7/Y2/CORE/BD/202/14
Project Summary Norbugang Gewog under Nganglam Dungkhag is located in southern part of Pema Gatshel sharing borders with Dechenling Gewog to the north and Choekhorling Gewog to the east and neighboring Indian state of Assam to the South. With the ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
Climate Change Mitigation
Land Degradation
45,900.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP7/Y2/CORE/CC/2021/12
Bhutan is undergoing rapid socio-economic changes which are primarily based on natural resources. These changes have an invariable impact on the land resources and thus, on the long-term societal welfare. In spite of the strong environmental ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
CapDev
Climate Change Mitigation
24,770.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP7/Y1/CORE/BD/2021/07
Project Summary The project will involve two communities, namely, Sarpchu and Yagang chiwog (Sub Block). These communities are located in the extreme-reaches of Wangchu (Raidak) basin. Sarphu is located 99 km south of Dzongkhag (District) ( ... )
Bhutan
International Waters
38,500.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP7/Y1/CORE/ WATER/2021/09
Project Summary The proposed project will be located in Dechheling Gewog, Pema Gatshel Dzongkhag covering 3 Chiwogs of Gonpawoong, Shinchongri and Kholomri extending to an area of 127 hectares. It is characterised by low-lying hills and cluster ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
33,000.00
Project Number:   BHU/COMDEKS/2021/01
National Dialogue: coverage is nation-wide.
Bhutan
Biodiversity
30,380.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP7/Y1/CORE/BD/2021/06
As of today, Bhutan doesn’t have an all-inclusive nature park or for that matter a nature recreational park or a botanical park. While there are urban playgrounds and parks, it is by far, least user-friendly for persons with disabilities (PwDs) in ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
27,000.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP7/Y2/CORE/BD/2021/15
Norbugang Non- Wood Forest Products (NWFP) Management Group is made up of 28 members covering Norbugang chiwog under Norbugang Gewog, Nganglam Dungkhag. The group comprises of a Chairman, a secretary and an accountant who are elected through vote ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
Land Degradation
22,900.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP7/Y2/CORE/LD/202/13
1.1 Project Summary Across Bhutan, fallow land is becoming an increasingly critical issue for the agriculture sector. At present, Bhutan has 64,000 acres of fallow land. the reason behind land remaining as Fellow is mainly due to labor shortage and ( ... )
Bhutan
Land Degradation
37,280.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP7/Y1/CORE/SLM/20
Across Bhutan, fallow land is becoming an increasingly critical issue for the agriculture sector. Currently, Bhutan has 64,000 acres of fallow land which are not being used for agricultural purposes. Trashigang Dzongkhag alone has 9,391 acres of ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
Land Degradation
49,800.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP7/Y2/CORE/LD/2021/10
1.1 Project Summary In the 1900s, Dawami used to be a productive agriculture farmland. Now it has been about two decades since the farmlands are left fallow. Due to security reason in the early 2000s, farmers had to leave the place and settled ( ... )
Bhutan
Land Degradation
24,000.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP7/Y2/CORE/LD/2021/11
Bhutan is a land locked country with very steep slope land topography where 2.93% of total land area is under cultivatable where as 58% of the population depends on agriculture farming (MoLHR, 2015). With the growing number of population there is ( ... )
Bhutan
Climate Change Mitigation
27,700.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP7/Y1/CORE/ WATER/2021/08
Project summary: For the community of Tamshing, Bumthang, the stream flowing next to the Kenchosum Lakhang is the lifeline for the communities for Tamshing specially as a source of drinking water for the communities surrounding the village. The ( ... )
Bhutan
Climate Change Mitigation
17,200.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP7/Y1/CORE/CC/2021/02
This project addresses two key focus of youth inclusion and the increasing plastic waste in our community. Firstly, young people makes more than 50 % of Bhutanese population and they must be actively and adequately involved in environmental decision ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
50,000.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y8/CORE/BCCP/2019/29
Bhutan
Land Degradation
41,500.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP6/Y4/STAR/LD/2019/28
There is heightened interest and awareness on the value of creating beautiful surroundings, with the five successive Royal Bhutan Flower Exhibitions, coupled with the increased pace of development and improved socio-economic status of the Bhutanese ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
50,000.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y8/CORE/BCCP/2019/31
Across its global range, the snow leopard (Panthera uncia), an apex predator of the Himalayas and Central Asia and an indicator for ecosystem health in its habitat, is under threat because of widespread poaching; retaliatory killing by nomads whose ( ... )
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