English | Dzongkha Friday, June 22, 2018

Capacity Building Training for youth concludes in Phuentshogling

The five-day training, which ended yesterday, saw about 30 youths taking part in learning the life skills, communication and networking skills, and overcoming youth issues in the community.

Hazelnut Entrepreneurship Training Programme attracts youth

Twenty three young people, mostly unemployed, from Monggar and Lhuentse had undergone a four-day training in Lingmethang. The training is a part of series of trainings that Mountain Hazelnuts company has been conducting in financial literacy and entrepreneurship programmes.

Youth centre brings young people in Kabesa closer to virtual world

Since yesterday, youth living in Kabesa under North Thimphu no longer had to travel to main Thimphu Town to surf net, and print and photocopy their documents. The Department of Youth and Sports with the education ministry opened a youth centre in the locality yesterday.

Out-of-school youth develop ideas to enhance food & nutrition security

Nineteen out-of-school youth from four gewogs of Chhukha District are bringing up various ideas to strengthen food and nutrition security in the country at the first-ever youth innovation competition.

Youth counselling app- mPower Youth proves effective

With various mobile application or apps launched every year, a youth counselling app called mPower Youth is proving handy to its users.

Youth Enrichment Programme: Keeping students engaged meaningfully

To engage youth meaningfully while on winter vacation, a week-long Youth Enrichment Programme was organised in Phuentshogling.

People of Dagana in festive mood as annual Tshechu starts

The annual Dagana Tshechu began at the public ground near Daga Dzong, today.

Lhuentse’s biggest cultural festival kick-starts

The four-day annual Lhuentse Tshechu began today at the courtyard of Lhuentse Dzong.

Getting acquainted with art of weaving at RTA

An encouraging number of young girls is getting enrolled at the Royal Textile Academy (RTA) to learn the traditional art of weaving. Girls as young as 10 years come to the textile academy, every winter for this programme, which is provided free of cost.

Camp Raven in Thimphu attracts over 600 students

Over 600 students are taking part in the ongoing seventh edition of the Camp Raven in Thimphu. The participants are the children of the members of armed forces.

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