This project is a partnership between Charles Sturt University, Australia, the Government of Bhutan, World Wildlife Fund, Red Panda Network and Australian Landcare International. It is funded by the UK Darwin Initiative Fund from 2016 to 2019.

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Trade in burr bowls and cheese gets boost from savings scheme

In only four months, the Genghu women’s savings group has grown from 80 to 100 members and three loans have been issued to herder families. One household has borrowed Nu. 30,000 and two households have borrowed Nu 20,000 each, mainly to build up their trade in buying and selling fermented cheese. The Merak savings group … Continue reading Trade in burr bowls and cheese gets boost from savings scheme

Annual review and planning meeting

The Annual Review and Planning Workshop for 2016-17 and 2017-18 was conducted on 4th and 5th August 2017 at Tashigang. A total of 30 participants participated in the workshop including herders from Merak (n=12), Gup, Gewog Administration, Merak (n=1), staff from Department of Livestock (n=1), Regional Livestock Development Centre, Khangma (n=4), Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary, Phongmey … Continue reading Annual review and planning meeting

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