The NCWC would, therefore, like to notify the general public and concerned agencies in Bhutan that the Rules and Regulations for the three Acts have been endorsed and approved for implementation by the NCWC Commission at its 5th Meeting held on 4th July, 2014. These Rules and Regulations have come into effect from 1 January 2015.
The Acts and their Rules and Regulations are available for reference and can be downloaded from the NCWC website using the following link- www.ncwc.org.bt, and the NCWC facebook page- National Commission for Women and Children (NCWC).The NCWC would like to solicit the cooperation and support of the general public and all the government and non-government organizations, as well as the private sector in promoting and protecting the rights of women and children in Bhutan.
The publication and announcement of the Rules and Regulations is supported by the project “South Asia Initiative to End Violence Against Children (SAIEVAC)” with funding from the SAARC Development Fund Secretariat (SDF) under the National Commission for Women and Children.
The “South Asia Initiative to End Violence Against Children (SAIEVAC)” Project funded by the SAARC Development Fund (SDF) and implemented by the National Commission for Women and Children (NCWC), would like to invite sealed bids from national consultancy firms to develop and print the Child Friendly Version of the Child Care and Protection Act of Bhutan 2011 (CCPA).
The consultancy firm will be expected to develop and design a child friendly version of the CCPA and print copies within 30 days from the day of awarding the work. The detailed Terms of Reference (ToR) and standard bidding documents are available with the Procurement Unit, NCWC. Interested firms may submit their sealed bids along with the relevant documents to the Director General, NCWC latest by 9 March 2015.
For further information, please contact Chhoeki Penjor/Tenzin Kuenzang at 334549/334551 during office hours.