Entries by DoA

MAP POP and Inventory

The MAP POP and Inventory 2021 published for your kind information and references. Link foor download@https://www.doa.gov.bt/package-of-practice/#toggle-id-9  

Mr. Jigme Dorji, Project Director, FSAPP retires

Mr. Jigme Dorji, Project Director for the Food Security and Agriculture Productivity Project (FSAPP), will leave the civil service system under the “Early Retirement Scheme” in November of 2021. The Project Director handed over project responsibilities to Mr. Rinzin Wangchuk, the project’s Monitoring & Evaluation Officer, on October 14th, 2021, after formal approval by the […]

Invitation for Project Proposals

The National Soil Services Centre (NSSC) under the Department of Agriculture (DoA) extends an invitation for Project Proposals from interested individuals, entrepreneurs and other business entities to set up a small scale organic fertilizer production plant in the Eastern region of Bhutan. The plant is required to have an investment size of Nu. 1-10 million […]

Capacity building program-Promotion of Enterprises in the RNR Sector of Bhutan

Realizing the importance and potential of RNR enterprises in income generation, employment creation, and import substitution, RNR Enterprise development is emphasized in the 12th FYP to assist in transition from subsistence to commercial farming. The Ministry of Agriculture & Forests envisions the establishment of enterprises in the RNR sector of the country as one of […]

Eco Water Handler to Organic Agriculture Farming

The youth group of eight members working as “Eco Waste Handler” has ventured into organic agriculture farming known as “Organic Corner” as an alternate sources of income and livelihood in the wake of pandemic. The youth group have leased in 14 acres of land in Ruteyjab village under Rubesa gewog in Wangduephodrang and started organic […]

ADSS Data Incorporation Workshop (October 4 to 8, 2021)

The Agromet Decision Support System (ADSS) of Bhutan was developed with support from the World Bank through the Hydromet Disaster Resilience Regional Project (HSDRRP). The Regional Integrated Multi-Hazard Early Warning System (RIMES) based in Thailand developed the web portal incurring a cost of USD 1,04,609. The system is envisioned to co-produce weather and climate information […]