Day : Every Friday
Time : 6 PM
Health, education and food self-sufficiency are the core areas of our focus. Alleviation of poverty, empowering people through education and life skills, and providing services to improve health and wellbeing of the people of Bhutan are central to the service projects we aspire to render, in our efforts to enable happiness and progress.
Free healthcare to all its citizens is at the core of Bhutan’s development policy – guided by the principals of Gross National Happiness. From a single hospital in 1961 Bhutan now has 29...
The World Food Summit of 1996 defined food security as existing “when all people at all times have access to sufficient, safe, nutritious food to maintain a healthy and active life”...
For a young and new Club with only 19 Members (including 3 honorary Members), the RC Thimphu has done service projects that are the envy of older and bigger clubs around the world. The following are the service projects that have been successfully completed, including those that are planned and at different stages of implementation.
Yet again another solar fencing project for our men in blue-this time at their open air prison at Dawakha under Paro district. The inmates at Dawakha are engaged in very normal and human activities such as gardening, weaving, knitting and on occasion jaunts to the nearby markets and town. The Rotary Club of Thimphu cannot […]Read more
Mr. Stephen Frederick Jones and his wife Mrs. Valerie Lois Jones of Wood side California , USA funded the full cost of water supply and installation of water filter systems in the above three schools. The above three projects were successfully completed by 23rd Jan. 2019.Read more
Latest in a series of service projects delivered by the Rotary Club of Thimphu in recent weeks is the installation and inauguration of 4.34 KMs of solar fencing for the Thrimsung Women Group of the Special Reserve Police Force (SRPF) at the RBP camp at Tashigatshel, Chhukha. The Group, comprised of the wives of the RBP personnel aspires to […]Read more
In early January of 2018 we built 36 toilets for Bongo village. Then in July of 2018, we built 25 toilets in Ketokha village. Finally, 34 more were built and handed over to the Ketokha community on 8th of this month. The funding for the toilets was received from Rotary Clubs from Malaysia, USA and […]Read more
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