Bhutan Homestay is partner and supporter of the Bhutan Network Europe and Bhutan Network Switzerland, two Austrian and Swiss based non profit associations that aims to connect people with varied skills at several levels in order to strengthen and enhance intangible and tangible cultural heritage in Europe and Bhutan. Bhutan Network wants to connect people directly in order to facilitate face-to-face interaction (e.g. between European and Bhutanese carpenters, organic farmers, artists, etc.).
Areas of interest are:
- Sustainable organic-farming & sustainable forestry
- Education: Vocational training and promotion of vocational professions
- Tourism & Hospitality
- Arts & Crafts
- Sports & Health
- Applied research
Bhutan Network initiated the successful Organic Farmers Exchange Programme (OFEP) with farmers from Bumthang, Zhemgang, and recently with Paro and Trashigang. In Zhemgang Bhutan Network cooperates with Khengrig Namsum Cooperative (KNC) founded by young farmers. Bhutan Network also supports skills development for staff at Koufuko International Private Ltd (KIPL) dairy processing plant.
As a non-profit association Bhutan Network entirely depends on donations and membership contributions. if you would like to support Bhutan Network you can visit our websites or donate by clicking here: