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Small Development Projects
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SDPs are short gestation and community-oriented projects in areas such as drinking water schemes, irrigation channels, farm roads and other infrastructure. Funds under Small Development Projects (SDP) are mainly used for infrastructure development in rural areas of Bhutan which are planned and implemented by the local governments based on the priorities and needs of their respective communities. Focused on basic socio-economic development, these projects are found to be an effective tool for addressing rural poverty as they have a direct bearing on the lives of the grassroots people. Under the SDP, some 1800 projects were completed in the 10th FYP.

Click here to see the list of projects under Small Development Projects
First batch of SDPs
Second batch of SDPs
Third batch of SDPs

 
 
 
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