Gewog


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Gewog

In Bhutan, a political subdivision equivalent to a municipality.
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His job responsibilities included meeting the overall banking requirements of his assigned gewog(s), such as making loan appraisals, visiting the gewogs for Farmers Outreach Banking, mobilizing savings and catering to other banking needs.
If a gewog nominates one female candidate and two or more male candidates, then only one male will be eligible to contest the final phase of the electoral exercise, thus making it unfair for the rest of the candidates.
Major organization : GEWOG GEMEINDLICHE WOHNUNGSGESELLSCHAFT KLEINMACHNOW MBH
Khandu Dorji, 46, who works as a local leader in the western district of Bhutan's Athang gewog, one of the most remote regions in which most of the villages and farm are not connected by roads.
A group of villages are grouped to form a constituency called gewog, administered by a locally elected leader entitled a gup.
The government of Bhutan has unveiled the country's largest irrigation channel in Yoeseltse Gewog in Samtse, the largest rice-producing district of Bhutan.
The villagers of Sadumadu in Phuentsholing gewog, which is around two hours walk from the main town in Phuentsholing, desperately want a farm road to reach to the village.
Tendu gewog falls under Tashichholing Dungkhag in Samtse.
The Royal Government of Bhutan (RGOB) recognizes the potential of decentralized structures -- dzongkhag (district), gewog (block), chiwog (village) -- to perform key roles in achieving sustainable and inclusive economic growth, where economic benefits are enjoyed equitably by all citizens women and men and in reducing poverty levels, especially in rural areas.
Every gewog and dzongkhag thromde is eligible to nominate one candidate from their gewog and thromde.
Based on their population size, various dzongkhags comprise sub-districts known as 'dungkhag,' that is an intermediate administrative and judicial division, which also constitute a gewog.
A one-page complaint written to the Sipsoo police mentioned that as an elected leader of the gewog administration, he should be a role model and inspiration to youth and other villagers while as the head of gewog, he should be responsible for maintaining law and order as well as ensuring that the people abide by the law of the country.