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Tshering Choden was Bhutan’s first female archery player to compete at the Summer Olympic games, a role model for many Bhutanese young girls.
In 2004, Holger Riedel (Compass-Film) flew to Bhutan to follow Tshering Choden while she was preparing for the Olympic games in Athens. Holger produced the documentary Bhutan Bogenschutz for Olympia with assistance from Bhutan+partners. An English version was later produced and is now available on Youtube. Enjoy!!
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At the Lower Secondary School in Yurung, students are learning ways to grow and produce their own organic foods as part of the Agriculture Programme initiated into the school’s curriculum in 2002. Classes on Agricultural Gardening came under way through a joint initiative by two ministries of the Royal Government of Bhutan: Agriculture and Education.
Karma Yangzom, a student at Yurung LSS. Photo Credit: WFP/Angeli Mendoza
Students get to enjoy the food they so-carefully […]
Kristen Scott, currently the Managing Director, North America, of The Bhutan Canada Foundation, joined the BCF Team in May 2010 as Program Manager. During her three years as part of the BCF Family, we’ve seen tremendous growth and mutual partnerships between Bhutan and Canada.
Under Kristen’s leadership, the Teach in Bhutan program grew from its first class of six teachers in 2010 to 20 teachers, currently in the field this year. Kristen travelled to Bhutan in April of 2011 for a cross-country […]
The Bhutan Canada Foundation (BCF) is a registered Canadian charitable organization that works to further the development of Bhutan and its people through programs that
impact its educational and social institutions. Charitable Organization Number: 817719891RR0001. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.