Protected Areas

Bhutan for Life includes 10 protected areas (and the Royal Botanical Park) and 8 biological corridors that together constitute 51.44% of the area of Bhutan. There are 35,000 people (7,000 households) living within the protected area network10, most of whom depend on natural resources for their livelihoods. In addition, approximately 110,000 people living in rural areas less than 10 km from protected area borders, and almost half Bhutan’s population living in rural areas downstream benefit from an array of ecosystem services that protected areas provide. (See next section for more information on how communities interact with and benefit from the protected area network.)

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Annual Performance Report

Annual Performance ReportThe Bhutan for Life prepare and submits the Annual Performance Report as per the requirement of the Green Climate Fund. The APR presents a review and analysis of the BFL funded activities under implementation. SearchAnnual Performance Report 2021Performance and the progress made by Bhutan for Life program in the year 2021ContinueAnnual Performance Report 2020Performance and the progress made...

Reports

Annual ReportThe Bhutan for Life Program issues highlights of the progress annually in the following year of its implementation. The Annual Performance Report and Annual Report contains achievements made in the implementation, both physical and financial progress. SearchAnnual Performance Report 2021Performance and the progress made by Bhutan for Life program in the year 2021ContinueAnnual Performance Report 2020Performance and the progress...

Environmental and Social Management Plan

ESMPThe Bhutan for Life prepares Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP) to manage the environmental and social impacts through specific mitigation actions required to implement the project in accordance with the requirements of WWF's Social Safeguards Integrated Policies and Procedures (SIPP), the project's Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) and applicable national legislation and regulations. SearchESMP 2022Public DisclosureExecutive SummaryESMPPublic DisclosurePublic...

Grievance Redress Mechanism

Grievance Redress MechanismBhutan for Life ensures the Grievance Redress Mechanism (GRM) is put in place to address grievances and complaints by those affected or who may be affected by BFL  projects or programmes. It contains all the contact details of the focal points at different level. SearchNational Snow Leopard Survey Report 2023The snow leopard (Panthera uncia) has a wide habitat...

Operational Documents

Operational DocumentsIn the course of implementing BFL Programs, BFL and its partners produce reports, proposals, agreements, and other documents that facilitate and formalise working arrangements and ensure that activities are done properly and smoothly. This section provides a comprehensive list of these operational documents. SearchThe Grievance Redressal Mechanism for Bhutan For Life ProgramThe WWF’s Safeguards Integrated Policies and Procedures (SIPP)...

Annual Report

Annual ReportThe Bhutan for Life Program issues highlights of the progress annually in the following year of its implementation. The AR contains achievements made in the implementation, both physical and financial progress. SearchBFL Annual Report 2022Bhutan for Life has made major achievements in the last four years of its implementation. The BFL AnnualContinueBFL Annual Report 2020The BFL Annual Report 2022...

Multimedia

VideosBhutan for Life engages with multiple stakeholders in various activities/projects and documentation in all forms are considered important. Knowledge management and cross learning among implementing partners are a strong foundations for addressing implementation issues, challenges and avoid any future loopholes. Therefore, BFL focuses on proper documentation of all the activities via various channels. We have a range of video contents...

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