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Current vacancy annoucements with UNDP Bhutan
Consultancy Announcements for National Environment Commission and UNDP Bhutan
Extended Deadline: 16 September 2014
UNDP's implementing partner, the National Environment Commission (NEC) would like to call for submission of quotation by Consultancy Firms for the development of Low Emission Development Strategy for Industrial Sector in Bhutan.
The NEC will be recruiting one international/consortium and one national consultant for the task. The Terms of Reference are attached above and available for download from the NEC website.
The technical proposal should be submitted latest by 12:00 PM on 16 September 2014, to the NEC Office. Kindly note that only the shortlisted firms will be asked to submit the financial bids.
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- Local media coverage of Friday's HDR launch. "An estimated 12 percent of the population is poor and poverty is rural areas at 16 percent is higher than poverty in urban areas at 1.8 percent. Bhutan’s Multi-dimensional Poverty Report, 2012, revealed that the largest contributor to national poverty was due to deprived education at 43 percent." http://goo.gl/jHPGKG Monday AT 01:15 AM
- The 2014 HDR, "Sustaining Human Progress: Reducing Vulnerabilities and Building Resilience", was launched by Lyonpo Ngeema Sangay Tshempo, Minister of Labour and Human Resources and UNDP's Resident Representative Christina Carlson at the Taj Tashi in Thimphu today. 22 August AT 05:58 AM
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