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Connect with HoAB to promote a greener, more sustainable future

Welcome to the Horticulture Association of Bhutan (HoAB)! We are a group of passionate horticulturists dedicated to the advancement of the horticulture industry. Our members include growers, researchers, educators, landscapers, and many other professionals involved in the cultivation and management of plants.

We invite you to join our community and engage in discussions with other horticulture enthusiasts. Whether you are a seasoned expert or just starting out in the field, there is something for everyone at HoAB. We look forward to working together to promote the benefits of horticulture and create a greener, more sustainable future.


Submitted by: Tshering Wangchuk
Date: 4/20/2023 1:23:19 PM
Tel: +97517111120
Fax: +97577667700
Web site:

Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Weeks 2023, Apr. 17-28

The Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Weeks (HNPW) 2023 will be held in a hybrid format from April 17 to 28.

One of the largest humanitarian events of its kind, it gathers participants from the UN and member states, NGOs, the private sector, the military, academia, and beyond to discuss and solve common challenges in humanitarian affairs.

In addition to network and partnership meetings, the HNPW 2023 will offer a wide variety of cross-network interactive sessions, briefings, technical meetings, and a virtual Exhibition Area, where participants can exchange experience and have the opportunity to network with professionals and experts across many sectors. Most sessions are open for public access, allowing anyone interested to sign up to attend sessions in the online event program.

To learn more and/or to register for the event, please click on the link below.


Date: 4/11/2023 12:56:18 PM
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Improving the health of young people by creating a school farm

The DR Congo, with a land area of 2.35 million km2 and a population of around 111.85 million, is experiencing difficulties in ensuring access to food, healthcare, and basic education for its population.

The first to suffer from this situation are children. Forty-three percent under the age of five have chronic malnutrition and 13% have acute malnutrition. The lack of access to quality healthcare and healthy, balanced, and regular nutrition hinders the good schooling of children.

It has been shown that providing a meal to students and combating malaria, one of the most widespread diseases in the country, as well as gastric and waterborne diseases is one of the most effective ways to combat school dropout.

The Mouvement d'Appui pour la Promotion de la Famille (MAPORFRAM) is fighting against the cycle of learning and economic poverty with a grassroots solution: creating an ecological farm at a local school.

The farm will be established at the CS Amida School and provide students with:
* highly nutritious and medicinal plants
* small livestock and poultry for breeding
* a canteen
* youth clubs to empower them to monitor and sustain the project
* education on environmental and biodiversity issues
* the support to connect with their communities to encourage local dynamics and encourage the population to target farming practices from an economic, health, and environmental point of view

The goals of this project are to:
* improve the health and nutrition of school children and teachers at CS Amida School
* improve the quality of education
* contribute to the improvement of students' academic results
* reduce school absenteeism
* disseminate the ecological school farm method throughout the community

The beneficiaries are:
* Direct: 920 students, 50 young people, and 34 teachers
* Indirect: 900 families, the families of school children and the surrounding local community

To learn more about MAPOFRAM, a member of the IDAY (International Day of the African Child and Youth) network and WANGO, and/or to explore partnering, please click on the link and contact them at the email address below.


Submitted by: Emmanuel Gombo Mbala
Date: 4/17/2023 10:52:33 AM
Tel: +32486270744
Web site:

NGOs invited to participate in community fundraising program (deadline: Apr. 10)

The Children Nutrition's Foundation, Gyermeketkeztetesi Alapitvany (GYEA), an NGO member of WANGO, welcomes NGOs globally to register for its community fundraising program at The program provides participating NGOs the opportunity to encourage their supporters to fundraise for them by purchasing an online recording of a charity classical music concert.

The deadline to register is April 10, 2023. For more information, please click on the link below.


Submitted by: Dr. Keszy-Harmath Dániel
Date: 3/21/2023 8:20:01 PM
Tel: +36307221720
Web site:

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