Donation Received from Punakha Dzongkhag
Vacancy for the Post of a Senior Program Officer for Immediate Recruitment
An amount of Nu. 150 million has been released to the Department of Medical Supplies and Health Infrastructure (DMSHI) as the 1st and 2nd Quarter funding for the procurement of essential drugs for the financial year 2022-2023. Hope that this amount would benefit all Bhutanese people to continue receiving free medicines and health services. BHTF would like to thank all our well-wishers and donors for your continued support.
BHTF would like to inform our valued donors and the general public that a total of Nu. 416.82 million was released to the following implementing agencies during the 2021-2022 financial year for the procurement of essential drugs and vaccines.
Dear Well-wishers and supporters of Bhutan Health Trust Fund
BHTF Management Board and Secretariat wishes you and your family an abundance of blessings in the year of the Water Male Tiger. We pray that Losar (new year) brings you and your family peace, happiness, love, prosperity, good health and success. We are grateful for the love and support that you have showered us till date and we hope you will continue to shower us with your love and support in the coming year too.
Losar Tashi Delek!
Following the press release dated February 22, 2022 from the National Covid-19 Task Force, Bhutan Health Trust Fund (BHTF) is pleased to share the following contact details for the Work-from-Home (WFH) protocols:
A farewell dinner was organized on 12th January 2022 for Dr. Sonam Phuntsho, the outgoing Director of Bhutan Health Trust Fund. The Chairperson and members of the BHTF Board graced the occasion. The Chairperson, honourable Health Minister, Dasho Dechen Wangmo expressed gratitude to Dr. Sonam Phuntsho for his boundless support and dedicated service to Bhutan Health Trust Fund for the past six years.
On 12th January, 2022, the outgoing Director of BHTF, Dr. Sonam Phuntsho has officially handed over the responsibility of the day to day functioning of the BHTF Secretariat to Mr Sonam Dhendup, Sr Program Officer in the presence of Dr. Karma Lhazeen, Director, Department of Medical Services who will oversee the functioning of BHTF as a Board representative until the appointment of the new Director.
Bhutan Health Trust Fund(BHTF) organized a consultative meeting with stakeholders from the Ministry of Health (MoH) to discuss the ways to curb the escalating cost of financing essential drugs and vaccines on 16th December at MoH, conference hall. The meeting was chaired by the honourable Dasho Health Secretary.
BHTF would like to inform our valued donors and the general public that a total of Nu. 379,722,593.81 million was released to the following implementing agencies during the 2020-2021 financial year for the procurement of essential drugs and vaccines