new Projects Approved on May 2013

During the 35th Board Meeting held on 28 May 2013, the following five projects have been approved  for implementation from July 2013:

1. The Establishment of Langjophakha Greenery Park, Phase II (NRED, DoFPs), 2. Integrating Payment for Ecosystem Services and REDD+ in Bhutan (WMD, DoFPs), 3. Conservation of Native Tree Species through Nursery Development at Samtenling Palace (Office of the Gyelopoi Zimpone), 4. Securing Rangeland Soil Carbon through Community-based Yak Herding within Thrumshingla National Park (DoL, MoAFs), and 5. Examine Dietary pattern of Asiatic Elephant in correlation to crop raiding in the sub-tropical region of Bhutan.

Important Informaton

At a Glance

  1. Ongoing projects : 19
    1. Large Grants : 19
    2. Small Grants : 0
  2. Investment and Return :
    1. Off shore : 52,514,885
    2. In country : 7,249,228
  3. Projects since Inception : 239
    1. Large Grants : 161
    2. Small Grants : 78

Mandated by the Royal Charter, BTFEC’s field programs encompass the three broad themes: Biodiversity Conservation, Ecosystem Management and Social Well-being.

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