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Shelter for homeless kids

carisoprodol reviews August 26, 2009 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Education, Gross National Happiness, Rural Development, Sustainable Development, Youth

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0a8fabe76ec4354601d7ab0037638663 The National Commission for Women and Children (NCWC), with support from Save The Children fund (SCF) will set up Bhutan’s first transitional shelter for children, who are homeless, abused, neglected, emotionally disturbed or face other difficult circumstances.

carisoprodol i norge Called ‘Project Hope – putting children first’, the need for such a shelter, NCWC officials said, was felt after seeing increasing numbers of children begging in different parts of Thimphu and boys and girls being exploited as cheap labour.

carisoprodol y diclofenaco For instance, about 15 boys, some as young as five years, at the Thimphu crematorium, beg daily or dive into the river to pick up money thrown with cremation ashes. Some of these boys live in the neighbourhood, while others are orphans, who seek refuge with their relatives at night.

a36d518747a3380caf7d0c5cd168d4ec There is also an increasing number of children begging at the vegetable market on weekends, say Thimphu residents.

carisoprodol 200mg bula Children as young as 10, to survive, also work at motor vehicle workshops and restaurants in Thimphu. (more…)

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Long haul to Samcholing school

Www Soma Com Sale August 26, 2009 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Education, Gross National Happiness, Rural Development, Sustainable Development

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taking carisoprodol with alcohol Going to school in remote Bhutan involves hours of walking. In Samcholing, Trongsa, it is not just some students either.

carisoprodol safe for dogs The 121 students and 10 teachers of the recently upgraded lower secondary school walk uphill for hours to their school without boarding or teacher’s quarter facilities. Located above the main Samcholing village, there is no settlement around for teachers to rent houses and all the 16 teaching and non-teaching staff walk five and half km every day to reach the school. Some students walk about 10 km.

The only female teacher in the school, Shoba G, stays in Kuengarabten. “I wake up at 5 am every morning and walk for an hour and a half to reach school,” she said.

The 2.7 km farm road that connects the school from the Trongsa-Zhemgang highway is not pliable.

Farmers of Samcholing, who live on a sharecropping system and own little land of their own, are not happy too. “We’re the least developed people and our children have no bordering facilities,” said a 52-year-old father. “If the school wasn’t in our village, our children would avail hostel facilities in Taktse middle secondary school,” said another villager. (more…)

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Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Vs Gross National Happiness (GNH)

August 22, 2009 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Environment, Gross National Happiness, News, Sustainable Development

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In an email interview with The Nation, US-based historian, Eric Zencey says it’s time to ditch The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for a more meaningful and inclusive index which can more accurately measure country performances.

Why should we be thinking of an alternative to the GDP now?

GDP is a deeply foolish measure of economic progress and well-being.  It was never designed to measure either of those, and we ought to find a better measure as soon as possible.  Anytime is a good time to do this, but the downturn we’re facing now makes this an additionally opportune time.  What we’re seeing economically is in many ways unprecedented, and its resolution will require thinking in ways we haven’t thought before.  In practical terms, with GDP down worldwide, a change now is easier.  The new measure could be implemented and could guide policy toward an economic recovery that gives us more of what we really want, which is social well-being, not just economic activity. (more…)

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Bhutan’s rich biodiversity just got richer

August 11, 2009 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Environment, News, Sustainable Development, Sustainable Travel

Adding to an already rich biodiversity are 21 new species of amphibian, insects and an equal mixture of both flowering and non-flowering plants discovered in Bhutan.

These have been clubbed in a book, “The Eastern Himalayas: where the world collides,” launched by WWF on August 10. Also included in the discovery list are 7 species of grass root parasite, commonly called lousewort, and a unique frog species, Scutiger bhutanensis.

A total of 353 new species have been discovered in the eastern Himalayas – the whole of Bhutan, parts of India and Nepal – from 1998 to 2008, that amounts to an average of 35 new species every year. The list includes 244 plants, 16 amphibians, 16 reptiles, 14 fish, 2 birds, 2 mammals and about 60 new invertebrates.

Although the book boasts of the new discovery as a result of the richness of bio-diversity in the eastern Himalayas, it pointed out that these species were threatened by forest destruction, shifting cultivation, illegal poaching, pollution and poorly planned infrastructure. (more…)

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The Original Bhutanese Talent

August 10, 2009 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Culture

Courtesy: www.tsheringtobgay.com

“Leki, a Bhutanese stand up comedian, can imitate many different sounds from birds to dogs, and popular singers to musical instruments.”

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