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Archive for September, 2009

Quake damage toll rises in Bhutan

September 26, 2009 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Environment, Rural Development

The earthquake damage toll in the country, especially in the eastern dzongkhags, has risen. The death toll in Mongar, Trashigang, Trashiyangtse, Lhuentse and Samdrup Jongkhar has increased to 13.

Reports from the east say many people are moving to safer places out in the open. The details of damages are sketchy owing to large affected areas and difficult terrain. Assessment is underway, according to the field personnel deployed to assess the extent of damage and support the people affected by the earthquake need.

“Dzongkhag administration officials are out in the villages assessing the magnitude of the damages. It could take a day or two to compile a comprehensive report,” said the Trashiyangtse Dzongda.

The latest damage figures stand at 1,805 houses, 116 lhakhangs, 165 chortens, 39 schools and 47 government offices. Figures are expected to increase as assessment teams reach the far-flung villages. (more…)

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Semsos and relief works for the victims

September 26, 2009 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Environment, Rural Development

In Trashigang Dzongkhag, as commanded by His Majesty the King, the Royal Bhutan Army and the Office of Gyalpoi Zimpoen, in collaboration with Dzongkhag Administrations, are carrying out relief works and delivering essential commodities to people affected by the recent earthquake.

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Soldiers from the Royal Bhutan Army continue to build temporary shelters, take foods and medicines and assist families in carrying out funerals rites of those killed by the earthquake.

According to Zimpon Wogma Karma Thinley, an additional reinforcement of some 45 soldiers had to be sent to Narang and Thangrong – the two Geogs where damages have been maximum.

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Today, one of the team visited Durung village under Yangyer Geog in Tashigang Dzongkhag. There the arm force personnel are helping to set up temporary shelters.

On behalf of His Majesty the King the officials from the office of the Gyalpoi Zimpo delivered Semso to the families of the victims and those injured. (more…)

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The prayer flag and the forest

September 11, 2009 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Culture, Environment

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carisoprodol 350 ingredients September, 2009 – Bhutan’s verdant forests, whose coverage the Constitution mandates should not be less than 60 percent for all time to come, is under tremendous pressure from the soaring demand for prayer flags that dot the country’s hills and valleys.

Although no studies have been carried out on the impact on the forest by felling trees for flag posts, statistics with the department of forest show that thousands of trees are felled every year to meet this demand.Between June 2007 to 2008, Bhutan felled 60,178 trees, or about 165 trees every day, to meet the demand for poles, of which demand for flag posts is the highest. This excludes the 550 trees felled daily for other uses. (more…)

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Mapping the small mammals

September 11, 2009 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Environment

A five-day training course for field forestry officials in Lobesa to address lack of data

Although Bhutan has nearly 200 species of mammals, there is no ecological information on their status – population, distribution and threats, especially for small mammals. Small mammals consist of bats and rodents, which form the most diverse order of mammals.

To address the absence of data, the forestry department, together with various international environment conservation agencies, is conducting a five-day training course for field forestry officials in Lobesa.“Small mammals are very important, because they form the basis of the food chain,” said chief forestry officer (CFO), Dr Sonam Wangyel Wang. “They are also more responsive to environmental changes,” added the CFO, “which made them especially vulnerable to extinction.” (more…)

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Thimphu to get a new rehab centre

September 11, 2009 By: Bridge to Bhutan Category: Gross National Happiness, Sustainable Development, Youth

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The Youth Development Fund (YDF) has come up with a professional rehab centre for drug and alcohol dependents.

It will be launched within the next two months and will be known as the Treatment and Rehab Center for Drug and Alcohol dependents.

It was informally started last month. As an interim measure the centre is being housed at Serbithang in Thimphu. After a year or two, the centre will be permanently established in Gidakom.

The centre is being supervised and monitored by the Bhutan Narcotic Control Agency and YDF. It can accommodate about 10 people.

Source: Bhutan Broadcasting Service

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