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Bhutan
Land Degradation
29,350.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y3/STAR/LD/2013/11
Soe gewog (sub-districts) is one of the remotest gewogs under Thimphu Dzongkhag located in northwest of the country. The gewog lies in the alpine region at the altitude of 3400meters to 6700 meters above the sea levels and the areas are rangeland. ( ... )
Bhutan
Climate Change Mitigation
23,350.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y3/STAR/CC/2013/01
Recently, there is an increase of shoe waste in Bhutan. Most of shoes thrown are not fully utilized or worn out, the shoes with mending possibilities are just thrown thus, increasing shoe waste and adding to already existent huge volume of other ( ... )
Bhutan
International Waters
33,250.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y3/STAR/IW/2013/05
The lake is located beside Samtengang Middle Secondary School under Nyisho Gewog in Wangdue Phodrang Dzongkhag and holds an important place in the lives of the people. There are beliefs associated with the lake, which makes it a sacred for the ( ... )
Bhutan
Community Based Adaptation
23,450.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y3/STAR/CC/2013/04
Jampani Shedra was established in 1993 by Lama Pema Ugyen Namdrol. The Shedra is located in Jampani village under Jomotshangkha Dungkhag, Samdrup Jongkhar district. Currently, it houses 65 monks and 20 nuns. However, there is no formal support from ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
29,800.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y3/STAR/BD/2013/17
Sombaykha is one of the remotest geog in Haa Dzongkhag with an area of 433 sq km and population of 1175. The valley falls under Toorsa Strict Nature Reserve and it is home to globally endangered and vulnerable category like red panda, flying ( ... )
Bhutan
Land Degradation
44,250.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y3/STAR/LD/2013/18
Cherbuling is situated in the upper reaches of the Cherubling Yudiree watershed and is the winter grazing area of semi-nomadic yak herders from Merak Geog; with unique lifestyle, culture and tradition. Key issues of the herders were: poor living ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
19,750.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y3/STAR/BD/2013/02
Muhung and Broksar are small villages with 27 and 21 households respectively under Sherimuhung and Saleng Gewogs in Mongar Dzongkhag (District). These are the remotest and poorest villages in the Gewogs and villagers have to walk more than two ( ... )
Bhutan
Climate Change Mitigation
39,650.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y3/STAR/CC/2013/22
Bidung geog is located 33km to the northwest of Trashigang Dzong covering an area of 47.6 sq km and it is at an altitude of 1200-3000masl with chirpine and broadleaved forest. Due to increasing population and pressure and heavy dependence on forest ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
31,550.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y3/STAR/BD/2013/20
Joenkhar village is a small village located in Sakteng gewog in Trashigang Dzongkhag. Sakteng gewog area sprawl about 455 Sq Km and the village lies in the western part of the Sakteng wildlife sanctuary. The forest facing towards North have diverse ( ... )
Bhutan
International Waters
31,250.00
Project Number:   BHU/COMDEKS/2013/02
Yenangla is the major watershed area of Bartsham Gewog, located at the distance of about 10 kilometers from Gewog Administration Office. It is about 5 hours walk from the road point. The watershed has five main water sources and provide drinking and ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
40,500.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y2/CORE/BD/2012/11
Samrang gewog is one of the remotest gewogs in Samdrup Jongkhar Dzongkhag (District) and has high rate of poverty incidence i.e. 57% of people is living below poverty line as per 2008 poverty survey. The villages comprises of 27 Households, 6 (six) ( ... )
Bhutan
Land Degradation
23,350.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y2/CORE/LD/2012/18
Martolongchu village in Wangdue Phodrang Dzongkhag have sixty seven households and village monastery with 20 montks. The village faced consequences of land degradation; loss of biodiversity, shortage of clean and safe drinking water, shortage of ( ... )
Bhutan
Climate Change Mitigation
23,050.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/Op5/Y2/CORE/CC/2012/10
Choki Gyatsho Institute is a small Buddhist institute in Samdrup Jongkhar Dzongkhag, where wood consumption is very high. The wood is used for almost everything, it is wood is used for cooking, heating, washing, cleaning and taking baths. The ( ... )
Bhutan
Land Degradation
15,250.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y2/CORE/LD/2012/16
Yangmalashing is the remotest village under Dechhenling Gewog, Nganglam Dungkhag. The village name is derived from the tree called Yangmalashing (Carpinus sp.) about seven generations ago. The village is located in the isolated broad leaved forest ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
9,900.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y2/CORE/BD/2012/17
Kokayphu village is one of the remotest villages in Khar gewog in Pemagatshel Dzongkhag (District) and most of the households are poor. Due to increasing population there is heavy dependence on forest and other natural resources. All this has led to ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
Land Degradation
20,200.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y2/CORE/BD/2012/14
Shemjong geog is the second smallest geog under Tsirang Dzongkhag. The geog comprises of 5 chiwogs namely Zomling, Dekiling, Tashiling Toed, Tashiling Maed and Dangraygang Chiwogs. Out of Five Chiwogs, two Chiwogs namely Zomling and Tashiling Maed ( ... )
Bhutan
Land Degradation
29,800.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y2/CORE/LD/2012/06
Pangkhar village under Pangkhar Chewog, Khoma Geog, Lhuntse Dzongkhag falls under the dry sub-topical zone and has cool broad leaf vegetation. There are 29 households in the village and farmers practice subsistence integrated farming. Major cereals ( ... )
Bhutan
Climate Change Mitigation
16,800.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y2/CORE/CC/2012/03
Raling is one of the 32 villages under Nanong geog under Pemagatshel. Maize is the major cereal, and potato, orange, ginger and sugarcane are grown for cash income. Raling community has no monastery and are faced with difficulties during the time of ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
26,850.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y2/CORE/BD/2012/13
Gedu – Chasilakha area is one of the only remaining cloud forests in the country presenting a diversity of Orchids. However, over the last 20 years, the Orchids diversity in the area has been declining due to over extraction by various agencies ( ... )
Bhutan
Biodiversity
24,100.00
Project Number:   BHU/SGP/OP5/Y2/CORE/BD/2012/02
Niddupchhu Lhakhang under Chubu Gewog is one of the oldest monasteries in Punakha and is about four hours walk from the nearest road head. The monastery has about 30 monks. The Lahakng is the main seat for performing local tshechu, kuchoe, kurims ( ... )
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