Taking into account the well-being of the people in general and women and children in particular and above all, the sustainability of Primary Health Care led to the initiation of the Bhutan Health Trust Fund (Trust Fund) sometime...Read More
:: To help sustain Primary Health Care through continued and uninterrupted supply of essential drugs and vaccines, needles, syringes, cold chain equipment and other related drugs/equipment
:: To help eliminate...Read More
The Fund envisages an investment to generate sufficient returns to meet all annual expenditure on essential drugs and vaccines and help eliminate financing uncertainties for purchase of these crucial components and other related drugs/equipmen...Read More
Capitalization of the Fund is done through contributions from donor countries, organizations of private and public status, financial institutions and individuals. It is based on the principle of one-to-one partnership. Any donor contribution to the Fund..Read More
BHTF is pleased to inform our donors and the general public that an amount of Nu. 289,651,945/- million was released to the following implementing agencies during the financial year 2018-2019 for the purchase of essential drugs and vaccines.
|Mr and Ms Umezawa handing over the cash to Dr. Sonam Phuntsho, the Director of BHTF.|
Bhutan Health Trust Fund would like to acknowledge with deep appreciation the generous contribution of US$ 3,000/- (US Dollar Three thousand only) from Mr. Shun Umezawa and Mrs Setsuko Umezawa from Sapporo Hokkaido, Japan. You two have been regularly donating to this organization and we are extremely grateful for it.
We shall ensure that your contribution will go towards sustaining primary health care services for the children and people of Bhutan. Thank you very much.
The Investment Management Agreement was signed between Deputy Governor of RMA and the Director of Bhutan Health Trust Fund on February 13th 2019.