The UNDP Administrator, Achim Steiner, will be in the country to co-chair the 14th Round Table Meeting with the Lyonpo Dr. Tandin Dorji, Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Royal Government of Bhutan that will take place in Thimphu from 12 to 14 March 2019.
Sixty project managers are meeting this week to review progress, challenges and plans for the Small Grants Programme
The UNDP Bhutan Country Office, in collaboration with local partners, hosted the first ever Youth Co:Lab National Dialogue. The national event was part of the broader Youth Co:Lab, the UNDP and Citi Foundation Asia-Pacific youth entrepreneurship initiative, which seeks to position young people front and center to solve the region’s most pressing challenge, and instigate, catalyze and sustain youth innovation by supporting youth-led startups and social enterprises.
High up in the Eastern Himalayas is one of the greenest countries in the world. While many nations are struggling to reduce their carbon emissions, the Kingdom of Bhutan is already carbon negative.
GEF-SGP Project Proposals Call for Lower Zhemgang
In Bhutan today, that relationship between the natural landscape and the happiness of people’s lives is profound
With SDG 15 on ‘Life on Land’ as a Royal Government priority, the UNDP-led BIOFIN project kicks off in the world’s only ‘carbon-negative’ nation.

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96.7%

School enrollment, primary

41.8%

Individuals using the internet

69.83 years

Life expectancy at birth

100%

Population with access to improved water source

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