Build climate-resilient health systems

Health systems must adapt to rising global temperatures  Climate change is happening. In recent years average temperatures across the globe have increased, with significant impact on humanity’s most precious resource – the environment. Water systems are stressed. Food sources are imperiled. And areas once safe for settlement are threatened and erased. The implications for human […]

Groups for sustainability

In Barshong these days, you must belong. And most farmers do,...

Bhutan: It is in my heart!

I am far from being a globe-trotter unlike many of...

Bhutan the Conservation Jewel of the Himalayas

The early 20th century saw tremendous growth in the global demand...

A contextual legal application of a Jabmi

Introduction Generally, the wide spectrum of legal understanding and the knowledge of...

Time for a closer look at universal human values

In the past 20 years, our small country has been bombarded...

A fresh look at the Buddha’s message on Drugpa Tshezhi

Today is Drugpa Tshezhi, the fourth day of the sixth lunar...

Teachers deserve holidays

I have heard from teachers that the nation-wide training of teachers...

Teachers deserve holidays

I have heard from teachers that the nation-wide training of teachers...

Bhutanese youth calling!

On the sidelines of the 23rd Annual Dzongdag Conference (June 21...

Flash floods: Bhutan’s biggest dilemma

As Bhutan braces for yet another torrential monsoon, Gopilal Acharya, explores...

BKP’s view on the stabilization fund

The government’s establishment of the stabilization fund of Nu 100 million...

Constitutional framing or a usual bickering?

The recent public exchange of political salvos between the PDP government...

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