Norway & Bhutan

pen and paper. 
Photo: https://www.flickr.com/photos/lucastheexperience/.

September 2015: Per Høyland, Master student of Peace and Conflict Studies, Oslo Read more

Between June 22 – 27, 2015, a 5 day training program was held at the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee (IITR), Department of Earthquake Engineering. Read more

On Easter Eve, about 70 Norwegian musicians preformed together with some of Bhutan’s best artists in Bhutan’s capital Thimpu. The concert was a musical gift honouring the 60th birthday anniversary of the Fourth Dragon King, His Majesty King Jigme Singye Wangchuck, who introduced parliamentary democracy in Bhutan. Read more

The Norwegian Development Agency (NORAD) funds the Thimphu-Wangduephodrang tunnel road in Bhutan with USD 1.2M. Read more

Bhutan Hydropowerplant. 
Photo: Ken Opprann.

Ms Tashi Pem is the project manager for the Norad-funded “strengthening of the Energy sector” project in Bhutan. Read more

Norway, Bhutan and Asian Development sign Energy+ collaboration agreement.

In the margins of the Delhi Sustainable Development Summit 2013 representatives from Bhutan, Norway and the Asian Development Bank signed the “Framework for Energy + Cooperation with Bhutan”. Read more

Holmås at Gender conference. 
Photo: Trond Viken/MFA.

Reiterates Norway’s continued commitment to the Himalayan kingdom Read more