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GPP Bhutan at tertiary educational institutes - 2016

GPPB reaches out to three more tertiary institutes in Bhutan in the month of March, 2016

The Green Public Procurement Bhutan (GPPB) Project considered visibility programme to reach to all the relevant tertiary institutes in the country and sensitize students and faculties about GPP concepts and benefits. In 2015, four tertiary institutes have been covered; Royal Thimphu College (RTC), College of Natural Resources (CNR), Gaeddu College of Business Studies (GCBS) and College of Science and Technology (CST).

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In October 2015, the Green Public Procurement (GPP) Bhutan Project teams presented to around 1200 students and faculty of the Gaedu College of Business Studies (GCBS), the College of Natural Resources (CNR), and College of Science and Technology (CST) as a part of raising awareness about sustainable public procurement.

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Every year, a significant amount of money is spent by governments to purchase goods, works and services, also known as public procurement. From building roads and schools to buying office equipment and medical supplies, public money is spent on numerous complex, high-value, and important purchases. Due to the magnitude of financial transactions, this public activity is vulnerable to fraud and corruption.

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In transitioning towards green and sustainable procurement, it is essential that procurers have the knowledge and capacity to make decisions that are environmentally and socially beneficial. Many studies conclude that one of the main challenges in sustainable procurement, especially in the developing countries, is the lack of education and training for procurers. The case is no different in Bhutan.

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