Stakeholders’ Discourse on January 31

Draft findings from an independent study conducted by BMCI in Bhutan were presented to a group of government officials, representatives from CSOs, Royal Bhutan Police, autonomous agencies, business sector associations, researchers and Media during Stakeholders’ Discourse on January 31.

The study highlighted the Importance of regional connectivity, current hurdles and how trade, transit, and transport facilitation can improve livelihood, gender inclusion, and poverty reduction in Bhutan and in the sub-region.

BMCI team received an overwhelming support and encouragement from the group. The suggestions and feedback from the discourse will be used to further improve the study.We will be organizing similar discourses in critical nodes along the corridor to raise public awareness.

This is a part of a sub-regional study led by Consumer Unity & Trust Society (CUTS International) including Myanmar, Nepal, Bangladesh, India, and Bhutan.

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