Looming threat of NCDs

The findings of the fifth National Health Survey (NHS) paint a troubling picture of public health in Bhutan. With an alarming increase in non-communicable disease (NCD) risk factors, there is an urgent need for robust and comprehensive interventions.

A new answer to crop and livestock loss?

This week, Parliament deliberated an issue as essential as our survival...

Skilling our people

The country’s education system, including vocational education, is set for a...

Addressing Bhutan’s STEM education crisis

Education development is a national priority. The government's recent decision to...

གཞུང་གིས་ འཆར་དངུལ་རྒྱ་ཆེཝ་སྦེ་བཞག་མི་གིས་ ཚོགས་སྡེའི་འཐུས་མི་ཚུ་ལུ་ ཚ་གྱང་།

༉ འཆར་གཞི་༡༣ པའི་སྐབས་ཀྱི་ འཆར་གཞིའི་དོན་ལུ་ འཆར་དངུལ་ཚུ་ རྒྱ་ཆེཝ་སྦེ་བཞག་མི་དང་ དེ་ལུ་བརྟེན་པའི་ཉེན་ཁ་ གོང་འཕེལ་གྱི་གནད་དོན་ནང་ འཆར་དངུལ་ཚུ་ ཆ་སྙོམས་སྦེ་ བཞག་དགོ་པའི་སྐོར་ལས་...

Are farmers benefiting from loans?

Farmer Kado of Tshachhuphu,  upper Punakha,  wanted to renovate his ancestral...

Connecting the dots

If the government could translate the rationale used for prioritisation for...

Haste makes waste

The hype created by the prospect of the Gelephu Mindfulness City...

Sustainable path to economic and environmental growth?

Ecotourism, a paradigm of sustainable travel, is a compelling alternative to...

How can we help children play?

The observance of the International Day of Play in Thimphu this...

Looking for the right stroke

Not long ago, HIV/AIDs was labelled  the “killer disease" or the...

For regional peace and glory

The recent electoral victory of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in...

Addressing rural-to-urban migration

The phenomenon of goongtong, or empty houses, is a growing concern...

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