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Current vacancy annoucements with UNDP Bhutan
National Consultant to carry out Review/Finalization of National Disaster Risk Management Strategy for Bhutan
Deadline: 23 September 2014
UNDP Bhutan Country Office is seeking the services of a qualified and experienced national consultant. The consultant will conduct a comprehensive review of the draft NDRM strategy, and finalize the strategy through a series of document review and stakeholder consultations as per the detailed guidelines provided by the Department of Disaster Management (DDM), Ministry of Home and Cultural Affairs. The consultant will be attached with the DDM office.
Please submit your application along with CV, P11 Form and financial proposal to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
For more information, contact Mr. Sonam Dagay, LECB Project Manager at email@example.com
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- Today UNDP Resident Representative Christina Carlson awarded certificates to forty five Bhutanese weavers. The women came from across the country and were trained in the natural dyeing process and basic business skills. The Training of Trainers was conducted for a week in partnership with Tarayana Foundation, Agency for Promotion of Indigenous Crafts (APIC), the Japan government and UNDP Bhutan. These certified women will take this effort further by training weavers in their communities. Yesterday AT 06:46 AM
- Today, we also signed the much anticipated Disaster Response and Recovery Preparedness Project! http://goo.gl/kLWdra Monday AT 07:13 AM
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