UNDP partners with the Government of Japan to support Bhutan’s efforts to ‘build back better’ from the coronavirus pandemic
UNDP's support is aimed at creating immediate jobs for the affected workers in the tourism sector and build resilience to such future shocks
UNDP’s support will augment Bhutan's efforts to weather the socio-economic fallout of COVID-19 by creating jobs, while at the same time boosting local food production.
The assessment is an analysis of the vulnerability of individuals, households and businesses engaged in the tourism sector.
The three main components of the support package include ICT Equipment Support, Procurement of PPE and Inclusive COVID-19 Risk Communications and Advocacy.
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0.8 million

Population

70.6 years

Life Expectancy at Birth

86.9%

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