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Bhutan
Land Degradation
36,800.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP6/Y3/CORE/LM/2017/12
Merak (3500 m) is one of the remotest Gewogs under Merak-Sakteng Sub-District under Trashigang District. Unlike other villages of Bhutan, the high altitude village of Merak, inhabited by Brokpa- a semi-nomadic yak herding community with unique ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
46,600.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP6/Y3/CORE/BD/2017/09
Project Summary Bhutan is one of the most vulnerable countries to climate change. With 56.2% of the total population dependent on agriculture farming within cultivated agriculture land of 2.93% of the total geographical areas the poor farmers are ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
47,500.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/CORE/BD/2017/11 - recoded
The Dzedokha village, located in the south-west of Bhutan is a small village under Lokchina Gewog, Chhukha with 2,672 residents. Lokchina Gewog is one of the remotest gewog and consists of 5 Chiwogs. It is located between Phuentsholing Gewog in the ( ... )
Bhutan
Land Degradation
32,900.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP6/Y3/CORE/LM/2017/07
Langdurbi Sub-Block (200-2100 m) under Bardo Block in Zhemgang District is a part of the wildlife corridor connecting Royal Manas National Park and Phrumsengla National Park constituting Zhemgang forest Division covering entire Block area. The ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
CapDev
Climate Change Mitigation
9,500.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP6/Y3/CORE/MF/2018/16
Bardo village In Bardo gewog In Zhemgang District has 73 households with a population of 438 people. As per the record maintained by Gewog Administration, more than 100 acres of dry land are left fallow due to human wildlife conflict. Therefore, ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
40,800.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP6/Y2/CORE/BD/2016/04
Zhemgang Dzongkhag is often considered as least developed Dzongkhag nationally owing to topographical location which is conventional by absence of development infrastructure such as road and electricity which has not penetrated the most of the ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
44,800.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP6/Y2/CORE/BD/2016/06
One of the largest challenges concerning both Bhutan’s youth and natural environment today is the rapid rate of rural-urban migration, which is the highest in South Asia, nearly double the rate of internal migration in neighboring India. ( ... )
Bhutan
Chemicals
38,100.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP6/Y2/CORE/CW/2016/01
Waste affects every one of us in Bhutan. Everyday whether be it at home or at work, we dispose off so much wastes. Waste disposal is an emerging problem in almost all the urban towns in Bhutan. The increase in waste generation can be primarily ( ... )
Bhutan
Land Degradation
39,500.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP6/Y2/CORE/CF/2016/02
The project “Protection of Bjagay Menchu (medicinal water) and sustainable management of the Community Forests” was implemented by grantee Bjagay Menchu Community Forest (BMCF) group in Lungnyi Block, Paro District. Majority of ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
Land Degradation
40,500.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP6/Y2/CORE/LD/2016/03
Khengrig Namsum Cooperative (KNC) was established as supply chain cooperative on September 9, 2014 with an objective to contribute in improving the livelihood of people living in Zhemang Dzongkhag (District). Zhemgang Dzongkhag (District) is one of ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
46,300.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP6/Y2/CORE/BD/2016/05
Food security is a cornerstone of any country’s wellbeing, political and otherwise. Samdrup Jongkhar Initiative believes that food is a cornerstone of GNH, Bhutan’s developmental goal; it manifests the interplay of socio-cultural, economical, ( ... )
Bhutan
Community Based Adaptation
Biodiversity
Land Degradation
24,995.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP6/Y1/CORE/CPS/2015/01
Clean Bhutan, a CSO in Bhutan is awarded the project for development of OP6 CPS for Bhutan as decided during NSC meeting on 12th October, 2015.
Bhutan
CapDev
25,000.00
Project Number:   BHU/COMDEKS/2015/01
The main objective of the project/assignment is measure and illustrate the results and impacts brought to people and environment in Gamri watershed by SGP/COMDEKS project Restoring and Managing Landscape in Gamri Watershed, Trashigang”. PLEASE ( ... )
Bhutan
Community Based Adaptation
38,850.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y4/CORE/CC/2014/02
Perched high above the Chhume valley, at an elevation of 3600m, Tharpaling monastery has long relied on consuming high levels of fuel wood in order to generate heat – for warming dwellings, cooking, and bathing. Yet burning firewood in rudimentary ( ... )
Bhutan
Land Degradation
41,500.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y4/CORE/LD/2014/04
Nimshong village under Korphu Gewog of Trongsa Dzongkhag is considered as one of the most vulnerable and poorest communities in the District. The village has a clustered community located on a slope valley; it is three hours walking distance from ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
47,500.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y4/CORE/BD/2014/03
Buli wetland (27°09’937’N,90°49.087’E), is one of the low altitude wetlands of the Bhutan Himalayas located at 1670 meters above sea level (masl) which falls above the Siwalik range of 1200 masl. The wetlands comprise both natural and ( ... )
Bhutan
Community Based Adaptation
41,200.00
Project Number:   BHU/COMDEKS/2014/02
Bhutan’s fuel wood consumption at the rate of 1.3 tonnes per capita is amongst the highest in the world. Despite achieving almost 100% electrification, a large proportion of Bhutanese will continue to use fuel wood for cooking and space heating ( ... )
Bhutan
Land Degradation
48,300.00
Project Number:   BHU/COMDEKS/2014/03
Thongrong is one of the remotest villages of Phongmey gewog under Trashigang Dzongkhag and has 46 households. The village is located on the right bank of Gamrichhu. The main livelihood source is agriculture farming and the main cereal crops maize, ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
46,500.00
Project Number:   BHU/COMDEKS/2014/04
Wangphu Choeling Community Forest under Yabrang Chiwog. Community Forest Management Groups comprises of Yabrang and Phuensum village. The Groups consist of 99 members. The site is located 32 km away from Trashigang. Phongmey Gewog area sprawl about ( ... )
Bhutan
Land Degradation
44,500.00
Project Number:   BHU/COMDEKS/2014/05
The highland community of Sakteng is located in the far eastern district of Trashigang, bordering the state of Arunachal Pradesh in India. Sakteng village is made up of 67 households, primarily semi-nomadic inhabitants known as brokpas. Livestock ( ... )
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