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One of five recently launched centres operational

Funds have been secured for the establishment of the other four
Agriculture: Of the five centres the agriculture ministry launched on January 5, it is only the Southern Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre in Jigmeling, Sarpang, that is operational as of now.

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SASEC project in Pasakha to miss deadline

… following termination of a construction firm 
Construction: The Nu 294.14 million (M)  South Asia Sub-regional Economic Cooperation (SASEC) project to improve the Pasakha bypass road in Phuentsholing will miss its deadline. The contracting firm, M/s Gaseb Construction, was recently terminated for failing to complete targeted works.

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100 health workers to be trained on newborn health

Bhutan will be the first country in the region to make use of the EENC course Health: More than 100 health workers from various parts of the country will be trained on best care for newborns using the Early Essential Newborn Care (EENC) course starting from mid February this year.

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Thromde drafts signage guidelines

Signboards: Inconsistent signboards and billboards in the city calls for legal rules and regulations to guide the signage designs in the city, according to the thromde.

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9 thromde G2C services for Phuentsholing Thromde launched

G2C: Phuentsholing Thromde in collaboration with the Government to Citizen (G2C) Office under the Office of the Prime Minister and Cabinet launched the G2C System comprising of a total of nine services under Phuentsholing Thromde, according to a press release issued by the Prime Minister’s Office.

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Quality of newly paved GC road in Phobjikha questioned

Blacktopping was completed in November-December last year
Roads: A few weeks after Dangchu gewog complained about the quality of their gewog connectivity (GC) road, the people of Phobjikha in Wangdue are also raising concerns about the poor quality of their newly paved GC road.

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