The film draws attention to the impact of climate change, narrated through the simple yet profound messages of the mountain community.
Bhutan’s economy was one of the hardest hit in the region because of its small size and the strict Covid-19 measures.
A chili farmer and aggregator from Dagana, Buddey Subba, said that farmers were on the losing end in this chili business.
About 99 percent of those going abroad were among the economically active section of the population.
The project will generate nationwide climate and disaster risk information through a first-of-its-kind multi-hazard risk assessment.
Quinoa was introduced in Bhutan in 2015 from Peru to diversify the farmers’ traditional cropping systems.
While the spread and mortality due to Covid-19 in Bhutan has been minimal, its impact on the economy and society has been enormous.
These people include elderly and immunocompromised individuals who have undergone major surgeries and those who have a weakened immune system due to some chronic illness.
Lunchuna is perhaps the only village in Paro, Bhutan, that lacks basic amenities such as a motorable road and drainage system.
Although Bhutan’s health system has come a long way over the years, there is much to be done, particularly in the areas concerning mental health.