“Against this backdrop, the time has come to reconsider the basic sources of happiness in our economic life. The relentless pursuit of higher income is leading to unprecedented inequality and anxiety, rather than to greater happiness and life satisfaction. Economic progress is important and can greatly improve the quality of life, but only if it is pursued in line with other goals.
Help us choose a name for the BCF newsletter! Send your suggestions to email@example.com. The winning name will be announced in our fall newsletter and the winner will receive a signed copy of Jamie Zeppa’s, Beyond the Sky and the Earth: A Journey into Bhutan.
Check out Ian Swift, Class of 2011 hard at work in his English class at Rangjung Lower Secondary School:
Thank you to everyone who applied, we hope to meet you in an interview!
BCF teachers make a difference in the classroom everyday. Outside the classroom they work just as hard by championing school development projects, which support the unique needs of their school community. Our teachers lead projects that engage students and focus of developing new skills and building community.
- Photo Club at Ranjung HSS
- Books for Bartsham
- Newspaper Club at Kanglung Primary
- Waste Management and Recycling Program in Trashiyangtse
- Special Education Resource Center in Mongar
You can help support these projects by making a donation to The Bhutan Canada Foundation today!
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- Make a donation over the phone by calling (416) 572-3767.
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