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Serchu: An educator the community is grateful to

Travelling to new places is a joy, more so when you don’t have a guide.

Baeyul Kunzang in Chhukha was a mysterious place for me. Gongto, a member of the Jigmechhu campsite, led me to Serchu. I found him sitting on the steps of the village lhakhang after lunch.

Jigmechu: an ecotourism site with a promise

Wangchuk Dorji had completed more than two decades in the police...

33 percent of lakes disappeared

Harkati Tsho, Norbudzingkha — A bright day on the hilltop of the sleeping...

Organic hub for an organic Bhutan

Bhutan’s 100 percent organic dream has been pushed to 2035.

We are not confident to take up leadership positions: PCF women

Phub Zangmo Sherpa, a young mother of three, joined the Phunsum...

Safer homes for the poor

Prem Bdhr Khapangi, 48, is from Balakhop in Semjong, Tsirang. He grew up...

Orchid farmers in Geserling struggle with low demand

Despite high hopes, Gesarling Women’s Orchid Farm in Dagana is struggling...

Mahabalipuram’s great stonework

Mahabalipuram in Tamil Nadu is one of the many UNESCO World...

Baideys—indigenous practitioners treating patient with herbs

Pelrithang, Tsirang—no processing firm, no fancy equipment, not even crowds of...

Making good use of plastic waste 

After receiving training from the Tarayana Foundation in 2018 to develop...

Protected farming to fight human-wildlife-conflict 

Pema Letro and his wife Tshering Zangmo’s house at Jigmeling, Gelephu...

Conserving indigenous poultry breeds—sustainable production

Local chicken breeds are not only highly adapted to the natural environment but...

Bhutan’s first fully fledged fabric Manufacturing company

Only two industries at Dhamdum Industrial Park (DIP) in Samtse have...

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