Child Well Being and Equity in Bhutan. Bhutan Team: Lham Dorji Alexandru Nartea, Sangay Dorji, Sonam Choki and Yangchen L.Thinley May 7-9, 2008, Kathmandu. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Introduction on Bhutan. Concepts and Methodology. Data Sources and Analysis. Communication & Advocacy.
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Bhutan Team: Lham Dorji
Alexandru Nartea, Sangay Dorji, Sonam Choki and Yangchen L.Thinley
May 7-9, 2008, Kathmandu
Creation of an enlightened society in which happiness and well-being of all people is the ultimate purpose of governance
1. Health Impacts:
2. Enterprise Impacts: creative economy a creator sector
3. Citizenship Impacts:
4. Ecological Impacts:
- Happy, contended people may be less driven by incessant wants, leading to conservation instead of proliferate consumption
Status indicators: indicators designed to measures the specific dimensions which make up the GNH model (9 domains).
Demographic indicators : constitute an important set of indicators that will allow an analysis of the distribution of GNH dimensions across different social and demographic groups in the country, includes various age and gender groups, occupational and employment clusters, educational backgrounds, types of households, language groupings and Geographical areas.
Causal indicators: Factors which could affect the performance of the GNH status indicators. For instance, the general ratings of central government performance could be broken down into more specific components that would allow a more detailed analysis of factors and thereby affect the general governance performance ratings.
source: Richard Layard,2005 p.14
GNH in Policy Making
GNH Indicator / BDI
Sectors INDICATORS / targets
GNH Indicators and BDI
Linking Partners ( common framework)
10 FYP of Bhutan
‘children living in poverty experience deprivation of the material, spiritual, and emotional resources needed to survive develop and thrive, leaving them unable to enjoy their rights, achieve their full potential or participate as a full and equal members of society’ (Child Study Guide, pp.7).
Evidence and analysis
Presentation in the 4th GNH International Conference, 2008, Bhutan.
Circulation of printed reports and media coverage (news papers).
3Communication and Advocacy Strategy
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