Shushilan is a non-government organisation dedicated to the development of an eco-sensitive society. Established in 1991, the organisation has worked to address the problems of the coastal people especially in areas like resource management and good governance.
Established in 1980, Unnayan Sangha is a non-government organisation that works towards the sustainable, socio-economic development of the economically disadvantaged.
IMS aims to be a premier institute known for promoting excellence in management training and development. Since it was founded in 2008, it has contributed to developing the human capacities and human dynamics in the country through its wide range of innovative services that are abreast with the
Read began working in Bhutan in 2008 with the goal of transforming rural communities by creating access to information and resources and building a culture of reading. With the help of its partner communities, the organisation has established the first rural lending libraries in the country.
IDSP through its educative programmes and courses seeks to nurture and develop communities that are enabled to change power structures. It aims to demystify processes surrounding education and development and generates values-based partnerships and practices at all levels.
LEAF is a non-governmental organisation which works towards mobilising communities in order to ensure participatory development and promotes causes related to health, environment, education, entrepreneurship, socio-economic development and empowering youth while building up their capacities.
Sukhi works in partnership with the poorest people of the country, directly enabling them to improve their lives, as well as using knowledge and experience to influence decisions made at a local and national level that can significantly reduce extreme poverty. It also works in partnership with