Wangphu

Backgound 

The Gewog was recently bifurcated from Gomdhar as per the 85th National Assembly Resolution, standing as an individual Gewog. The Gewog is bordered by Gomdar Gewog in the north, by Martshalla Gewog in the East and by Orong Gewog in the south. Gewog consists of mainly dry-land. Maize is widely cultivated as staple food crop in the Gewog in Kamzhing. Oranges is the main cash crop of the Gewog and the Gewog has potential to produce oranges and generate income.
 

Statistics

Area-79.79Sq.Km
Chiwogs-5
Village-16
Households-380
Population-3131

Facilities

RNRR center-1
Bridge-2
BHU-1
ORC-2
No. of households with telephone connection-6
No of RWSS- 9RWSS coverage (%) -92%
No. of household with electricity- 320
No. of household with solar- 60
Farm Road -22.9 Km (Under construction)
Mule Track- 1 (6Km)

Education

CPS-2ECR-1
Non formal education center-7

Type of Land use (Area in Acres)

Chimsa-11.95
Dry Land- 2804.65
Pangzhing-144.7
Tseri- 4.39 (only one house hold)
Tshesa-0.02 (only one house hold)
Open grazing land-542.28
Orchard -45.45
Community Forest (nos)-3

Distance from Dzongkhag Head Quarter

70 kms -Including 11.35 Kms of farm road from Narphung(Under Construction) + 4 hours walk from Gomdar to Wangphu Gewog.