Gewog At Glance
|1||Total Area of the Gewog (Sq Km)||109.98 Sq Km|
|2||Location of the Gewog Center||Dungmaed|
|3||Number of Chiwogs||5|
|4||Number of Villages||14|
|5||Number of Households||386|
|6||Number of Population||3253|
|7||Number of Lhakhangs (community & private)||9|
|8||Number of Chortens||157|
|9||Number of Schools||2|
|10||Number of Extended Classroom||1|
|11||Number of Teachers||15|
|12||Number of Students||208|
|13||Number of NFE center||2|
|14||Number of RNR center||2|
|15||Number of RNR staff||4|
|16||Number of BHU||2|
|17||Number of ORC||3|
|18||Number of Sub post||1|
|19||Number of Health Staff||8|
Dungmaed gewog is located in the south western part of the Dzongkhag with an area of approximately 109.98 square kilometers sharing borders with Chimoong, Chongshing, Khar, Dechhenling and Choekhorling gewogs. The gewog consist of 5 chiwogs namely Serduwa, Dungmaed-Zimzor, Lananyiri-Thrumchoong, Bangyuel and Woongborang with 14 villages.
It has a population of about 3253 with 386 households and 14 villages. The Gewog center is connected by 65 Kms of feeder road which will connect Pemagatshel and Nganglam Drungkhag. The gewog administration has 10 staff which includes a Gup, Mangmi, 5 Tshogpas, one Geydrung, one caretaker and Gewog administrative officer.
Tseri and dryland cultivation dominate the agriculture land use with negligible wetland cultivation. Maize is grown as the main staple crop. The main cash crop grown is Citrus mandarin along with Ginger and Potatoes. The gewog has also the potential to grow cardamom due to its climatic conditions and topography.
The Gewog has two RNR centers at Dungmaed and Mekuri, two BHUs, one sub-post, three ORCs, two primary schools, one community school and 9 community and private lhakhangs with 157 chortens.