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
The Annual Performance Agreement (2016-17) was signed between the Director of Bhutan Health Trust Fund(BHTF) and the Honorable Health Minister/Chairperson of BHTF on 27/7/2016. BHTF pledged to finance 100 % of the Essential Drugs and 100 % of the Pentavalent vaccines for the country which is going to cost a at least Ngultrum 335 million for 2016-17 financial year.
We are pleased to inform our visitors that BHTF have shifted into a new office . The new office is located above the , Three tank area, Motithang. It is the yellow building on your way towards, " Hathi Dunga" ( Elephant stone).
Following is the direction for our new office.
We also have a post box number for easy correspondence , our post box number is 1200.We also have a new T-Bank Savings Account number which is 77777018379001
We would like to thank Mr. Alan C. McNabb and Mrs. Charity Appell McNabb; Director of Bhutan Oral Literature Project for their generous donation of Nu. 66,000/-(Ngultrum Ngultrum sixty six thousand only).
For your kind information, we spent Ngultrum 180 million for essential drugs and Ngultrum 5.9 million for vaccines in 2015 and we are due to spend Ngultrum 210 million on essential drugs and Ngultrum 6 million on vaccines for 2016. Therefore your donation will go a long way towards sustaining primary health care in Bhutan. Thank you once again.