1. Kewena-Tshachuphu Chiwog communities under Punakha district received the poly house materials.
One of the core activities under the Sustainable Livelihood Division (SLD), RSPN is to promote organic farming practices in rural
From the ongoing BMUV-IKI project, the RSPN team along with technical support from respective gewog agricultural extension officers has successfully distributed and installed 36 sets of polyhouses for the community groups living in the WBH landscape of Dagana, Punakha, Tsirang, Trongsa, Wangduephodrang and Zhemgang districts. Polyhouses serve as a shield between nature and what you are growing.
The greenhouse is an enclosed structure or environment where crops or saplings are grown. It protects crops from pests, diseases, and adverse climatic conditions which in turn allows the growing seasons to be extended and possibly improved.
The supply of poly house is expected to bring the following benefits:
Additionally, the “working tog
“My village has been dependent on the other communities during the need for necessary saplings. With the polyhouse program supported by RSPN and the introduction of the working together mechanism, we are optimistic about building community cooperation, coordination, and collaboration. Moreover, polyhouse is an opportunity to generate additional income for the community groups”,
Mrs. Tshering Wangmo
Kewana-Tshachuphu Chiwog, Punakha District.