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Thimphu GNH 2011 Results

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  • 1. GNH survey findings 2010 for Thimphu DzongkhagNote: The findings in this slide is only for Thimphu Dzongkhagunless otherwise stated. The Centre for Bhutan Studies
  • 2. Demographics
  • 3. Psychological Wellbeing
  • 4. Health
  • 5. Time Use and Balance
  • 6. Education
  • 7. Cultural Diversity
  • 8. How well can you speak your mother tongue now? 1.8% 6.1% 0.2% 92.0% Not at all Only a little Quite well Very well
  • 9. Importance of Bhutanese Traditions 1% 8% 1% 90% Not important Important Very important Dont Know
  • 10. Do you think children respect elders? 2% 16% 41% 40% Not at all A little Quite a lot A lot
  • 11. Do you think children respect parents? 0.8% 26.0% 24.8% 48.3% Not at all A little Quite a lot A lot
  • 12. Do you think children practice discipline(drig)? 4.3% 15.8% 36.9% 42.9% Not at all A little Quite a lot A lot
  • 13. Do you think children practice honesty? 12.3% 4.5% 41.6% 41.6% Not at all A little Quite a lot A lot
  • 14. Do you think children practice tolerance? 9% 12% 31% 48% Not at all A little Quite a lot A lot
  • 15. Do you think children work hard? 1.8% 21.7% 32.4% 44.1% Not at all A little Quite a lot A lot
  • 16. Do you think children practice obedience to authority? 2.3% 18.4% 25.5% 53.8% Not at all A little Quite a lot A lot
  • 17. Do you think children take care of family members and relatives? 0.7% 27.8% 24.0% 47.6% Not at all A little Quite a lot A lot
  • 18. Do you think children help others? 1.3% 16.1% 32.7% 49.9% Not at all A little Quite a lot A lot
  • 19. Do you think children practice impartiality towards rich, poor, etc? 4.5% 17.3% 35.9% 42.3% Not at all A little Quite a lot A lot
  • 20. Women are more suited for domestic work/ house work than men 26% 11% 62% Agree Neither agree nor disagree Disagree
  • 21. An education is more important for a boy than a girl 13% 9% 78% Agree Neither agree nor disagree Disagree
  • 22. On the whole, men make better leaders than women do 22% 59% 19% Agree Neither agree nor disagree Disagree
  • 23. Females tend to carry drip 10% 13% 77%Agree Neither agree nor disagreeDisagree
  • 24. Do you take part in local festivals in your community? 19.9% 17.6% 62.5% Never Sometimes Always
  • 25. In a year, how many days do you spend attending social and cultural activities? 3% 3% 13% 21% 59% None 1-5 days 6-12 days 13-20 days +20 days
  • 26. Frequency of playing traditional games in the past 12 months 2% 6% 12% 80% Never A few times a year Once or twice a month More than once a week
  • 27. Frequency of playing modern games in the past 12 months 10% 7% 10% 74% Never A few times a year Once or twice a month More than once a week
  • 28. Is Driglam Namzha (etiquette) important? 5.3% 1.3% 93.5% Not important Important Very important
  • 29. Change in Driglam Namzha (etiquette) during the last few years 30.1% 49.9% 20.0% Getting weaker Stayed same Getting stronger
  • 30. During the last few years, most people in Bhutan have become 16.2% 22.9% 60.9% Less compassionate Stayed the same More compassionateGNH Survey 2010
  • 31. During the last few years, most people in Bhutan have become 1% 8.9% 90.1% More concerned about material wealth Stayed the same Less concerned about material wealthGNH Survey 2010
  • 32. During the last few years, most people in Bhutan have become 13.4% 27.8% 58.8% More selfish Stayed the same Less selfishGNH Survey 2010
  • 33. During the last few years, most people in Bhutan have become 32.0% 36.6% 31.4% Less honest Stayed the same More honestGNH Survey 2010
  • 34. During the last few years, most people in Bhutan have become 12.7% 24.2% 63.1% Less spiritual Stayed the same More spiritualGNH Survey 2010
  • 35. During the last few years, most people in Bhutan have become 26.4% 38.5% 35.1% Less tolerant Stayed the same More tolerantGNH Survey 2010
  • 36. Change in deterioration of traditional architectural designs in houses over the last 5yrs 8.7% 16.4% 43.8% 31.1% A lot Moderate Little None GNH Survey 2010
  • 37. Good Governance
  • 38. Did you attend zomdue in the past 12 months? 14% 86% No Yes
  • 39. Mean zomdue attendance in the past 12 months 3 3 33210 Village/Chiwog level Gewog level Thromdue level
  • 40. Performance of the dzongdag in the past 12 months 8.6% 1.2% 45.0% 45.2% Poor Average Good Very good
  • 41. Performance of the MP (National Assembly) in the past 12 months 2.4% 1.4% 11.0% 37.9% 47.3% Very poor Poor Average Good Very good
  • 42. Performance of the MP (National Council) in the past 12 months 2.9% 1.7% 9.7% 37.7% 47.9% Very poor Poor Average Good Very good
  • 43. Did you vote for gup, MP or thromdey representative in the last election? 24% 76% Did not vote Voted
  • 44. Voter turnout by gender Male Female 20% 28% 72% 80% Did not vote VotedGNH Survey 2010
  • 45. Election process 4% 96%Free and fair Not free and fair
  • 46. Involved in case before the court in the past five years 9% 91% Yes No
  • 47. Freedom of media from government influences 8% 20% 26% 46% Not free Quite free Completely free Dont Know
  • 48. Do you have access to BBS Radio? 11% 89% No Yes
  • 49. Do you have access to BBS TV? 3% 97% No Yes
  • 50. Do you have access to newspapers? 14% 86% No Yes
  • 51. Do you have access to internet? 38% 62% No Yes
  • 52. Perception of corruption 4%23% 73% Common Not common Dont Know
  • 53. No. of people involved in corruption in government sectors 2% 5% 4% 31% 58% All Most A few None Dont Know
  • 54. No. of people involved in corruption in private sectors 8% 4% 3% 32% 53% All Most A few None Dont Know
  • 55. No. of people involved in corruption in corporation 10%1% 5% 27% 58% All Most A few None Dont Know
  • 56. Community Vitality
  • 57. Duration of stay in the community by gewog 39403020 18 15 13 1110 0 y g ng g n e an an w en ha to w ew G C Ka u M ph im Th
  • 58. Tr 10 15 us 0 5 tm os to ft he m 13Tr us ts om e of th em 13Tr us ta fe w of th em 12Tr us tn on e of t he m 9 Duration of stay in the community by trust in neighbours
  • 59. Duration of stay in the community (in years) 2.6% 41.3% 34.9% 21.3% Less than 1 year 1-5 years Greater than 5 to 10 years More than 10 years
  • 60. Did you give people unpaid voluntary help in the past 12 months? 33% 67% Did not volunteer Volunteered
  • 61. Did you give people unpaid voluntary help in the past 12 months? Male Female 26% 42% 58% 74% Did not volunteer VolunteeredGNH Survey 2010
  • 62. Did you give people unpaid voluntary help in the past 12 months? 1 Rural 2 Urban 32% 43% 57% 68% Did not volunteer Volunteered GNH Survey 2010
  • 63. Happiness levels by voluntary help 6.1 6.36420 Did not volunteer Volunteered
  • 64. In the past 12 months, did you donate money or goods? 15% 85% Did not provide donation Provided donation
  • 65. Mean donation by gewog 15061 12583 5389 52865,000 2936 0 y g ng g n e an an w en ha to w ew G C Ka u M ph im Th
  • 66. Sense of belonging to your local community 5% 49% 46% Weak Somewhat strong Very strong
  • 67. Sense of belonging to your local community by gewog Chang Geney Kawang 6% 29% 43% 57% 65% 100% Mewang Thimphu town 6% 35% 47% 65% 47% Weak Somewhat strong Very strongGNH Survey 2010
  • 68. Sense of belonging to the community and voluntary help Weak Somewhat strong 27% 32% 73% 68% Very strong 35% 65% Did not volunteer VolunteeredGNH Survey 2010
  • 69. How much do you trust Bhutanese people in general? 1.9% 16.4% 33.1% 48.6% Trust none of them Trust a few of them Trust some of them Trust most of them
  • 70. Trust in Bhutanese people in general by gender Male Female 2% 13% 2% 20% 31% 35% 50% 47% Trust none of them Trust a few of them Trust some of them Trust most of themGNH Survey 2010
  • 71. How much do you trust your neighbour? 4.1% 21.4% 30.2% 44.3% Trust none of them Trust a few of them Trust some of them Trust most of them
  • 72. Trust in neighbour by gender Male Female 3.9% 4.3% 18.9% 24.6% 27.1% 32.6% 44.2% 44.4% Trust none of them Trust a few of them Trust some of them Trust most of themGNH Survey 2010
  • 73. People in this community treat you fairly 7.2% 0.3% 49.0% 43.5% Never Rarely Sometimes Always
  • 74. Would you say this is a neighbourhood where neighbours help each other? 8.0% 9.7% 37.6% 44.6% Never Rarely Sometimes Always
  • 75. Frequency of socializing with neighbours in the last month 25% 31% 11% 34% Not in the last month Once a month Few times a month Few times per week
  • 76. Frequency of socializing with neighbours by gender Male Female 21% 28% 28% 32% 9% 12% 42% 28% Not in the last month Once a month Few times a month Few times per weekGNH Survey 2010
  • 77. Frequency of socializing with relatives in the last month 16% 23% 17% 44% Not in the last month Once a month Few times a month Few times per week
  • 78. Frequency of socializing with relatives by gender Male Female 18% 15% 22% 23% 16% 19% 44% 44% Not in the last month Once a month Few times a month Few times per weekGNH Survey 2010
  • 79. Enmity in the community in the past 12 months 12% 88% Yes No
  • 80. Members of your family really care about each other 2% 4% 94% Disagree Neutral Agree
  • 81. You wish you were not part of your family 1% 2% 97% Agree Neutral Disagree
  • 82. Members of your family argue too much 3% 16% 81% Agree Neutral Disagree
  • 83. You feel like a stranger in your family 2% 0% 98% Agree Neutral Disagree
  • 84. You have enough time to spend with your family 9% 25% 66% Disagree Neutral Agree
  • 85. There is a lot of understanding in your family 1% 11% 89% Disagree Neutral Agree
  • 86. Your family is a real source of comfort to you 5% 2% 93% Disagree Neutral Agree
  • 87. Have you been a victim of crime in the last 12 months? 8% 92% Yes No
  • 88. Did you see/know other people being victimized of crime in the last 12 months? 25% 75% Yes No
  • 89. Safety from human harm in the neighbourhood/village 25% 44% 31% Rarely safe Usually safe Always safe
  • 90. Safety from human harm in the village by gender Male Female 19% 30% 37% 52% 29% 33% Rarely safe Usually safe Always safeGNH Survey 2010
  • 91. Safety from wild animals in the neighbourhood/village 5% 7% 88% Rarely safe Usually safe Always safe
  • 92. Safety from ghosts in the neighbourhood/village 13% 21% 65% Rarely safe Usually safe Always safe
  • 93. Safety from ghosts in the village by gender Male Female 8% 17% 16% 58% 25% 76% Rarely safe Usually safe Always safeGNH Survey 2010
  • 94. Ecological Diversity
  • 95. Do you feel responsible for conserving the natural environment? 0.6% 0.7% 14.7% 84.0% Not at all A little responsible Somewhat responsible Highly responsible
  • 96. There should be tougher anti-pollution law 2.2% 0.6% 34.5% 62.7% Disagree Neither Agree nor Disagree Agree Strongly Agree
  • 97. Community environmental problem: Landslides 13% 16% 57% 14% A major concern Of some concern A minor concern Not a concern
  • 98. Community environmental problem: Floods 15% 49% 21% 15% A major concern Of some concern A minor concern Not a concern
  • 99. Community environmental problem: Erratic weather patterns 12% 21% 23% 44% A major concern Of some concern A minor concern Not a concern
  • 100. Community environmental problem: Littering 9% 17% 42% 32% A major concern Of some concern A minor concern Not a concern
  • 101. How often did you reuse materials in the past 12 months? 12% 25% 24% 39% Never Sometimes Most of the times Always
  • 102. How often did you try to reduce waste in the past 12 months? 13% 21% 32% 33% Never Sometimes Most of the times Always
  • 103. How often did you segregate waste in the past 12 months? 28% 28% 18% 26% Never Sometimes Most of the times Always
  • 104. During the past 12 months did you plant trees? 26% 74% Yes No
  • 105. Agricultural land lost to development by farmers in the last 5yrs 2% 8% 91% Yes No Not Applicable
  • 106. Land lost as a result of growing trees naturally on your land 1% 44% 55% Yes No Not Applicable
  • 107. Do you have adequate access to water supply? 22% 78% Yes No
  • 108. By gewog: Do you have adequate access to water supply? Chang Geney Kawang 23% 29% 42% 58% 77% 71% Mewang Thimphu town 18% 21% 82% 79% Yes NoGNH Survey 2010
  • 109. Quality of drinking water 3.5% 1.7%28.5% 15.9% 50.4%Very poor PoorNeither good nor poor GoodVery good
  • 110. Do you own a vehicle? 38%62% Yes No
  • 111. Modes of transportation used in the past 12 months 11%1% 0% 30% 29% 8% 22% Drove you car Rode a passanger Public transportation (bus) Taxi Bicycle Walk Others
  • 112. Use of public transport in last month 5% 9% 11% 56% 20% Hardly ever Once a month More than once a month Once a week Everyday
  • 113. Types of fuel used most often for cooking 31.2% 68.8% LPG Electricity
  • 114. How do you usually heat your dwelling? 0.4% 6.5% 0.4% 31.0% 61.8% Others Solar Kerosene heater Wood Electric heater
  • 115. Awareness about climate change 17% 13% 22% 48%Not at all Unsure what it isHave some understanding Have a good understanding
  • 116. Awareness about climate change by gender Male Female 5% 12% 23% 19% 15% 41% 28% 56% Not at all Unsure what it is Have some understanding Have a good understandingGNH Survey 2010
  • 117. Change in vegetation cover as compared to previous years 15% 51% 34% Decreased Stayed same Increased
  • 118. Mode of household waste disposal 0.7% 1.1% 0.5% 5.0% 15.0% 77.7%Others Dump on open airDump in rivers/streams Municipal garbage pick-upBurning Composting
  • 119. Quality of agricultural land of farmers 18% 24% 58% Neither good nor poor Good Very good
  • 120. Agricultural constraints: Wild life 29% 44% 8% 20% Major constraint Some constraint Minor constraint Never
  • 121. Agricultural constraints: Pest and diseases 16% 15% 32% 36% Major constraint Some constraint Minor constraint Never
  • 122. Agricultural constraints: Labour shortage 22% 53% 17% 9% Major constraint Some constraint Minor constraint Never
  • 123. Extent of damages caused by wild animals to crops 29% 26% 17% 28% A lot Some Little Not at all
  • 124. Do you have any land that have not been cultivated due to wild life threats? 4% 96% Yes No
  • 125. Have you lost any livestock to predators? 5% 5% 90% 2-3 1-2 Not at all
  • 126. Land left uncultivated due to wild life threats by gewog 505040302010 0 ey n ng ng g w an en ha wa to ew G C Ka u M ph im Th
  • 127. Living Standard