The proportion of women’s representation in the Parliament is one of the main reasons for our country’s consistent lower score and ranking in the Global Gender Gap Index and the Gender Inequality Index. During the three rounds of elections, the parliament of Bhutan saw female represen...
The National Commission for Women and Children in collaboration with UNICEF and Save the Children join the global community in observing the International Day of the Girl Child with this year’s theme “With Her: A Skilled GirlForce”.
Women and Children need the opportunity to receive help at all places and at all times.
Counseling and Referral
Partnership with Service Providers
Outreach and Awareness-Raising
Central Management Information System
To host and manage centralized database system for women and children. It provide an integrated solution for data collection, management and reporting for NCWC and its stakeholders Visit page
Gender Equality System
The GEMS is the first of its kind in South Asia. Data and information on the GEMS can be accessed or updated in different ways by changing different parameters like date of coverage, disaggregation of results, and purpose of reporting by sector and/or agency. Currently, the GEMS will be accessed and used primarily by a network of Gender Focal Points (GFPs) operating at the national sector level as well as at the local government level to plan and report progress on gender-mainstreaming activities.