Bhutanese UN Family serving international contributed Nu. 4.617M for COVID-19 response

 

Bhutanese working in UN Peace Keeping Missions, UN headquarters in New York, UN agencies, funds and programmes in other regions contributed Nu 4.617 Million including Nu 1.617 Million to the Prime Minister’s Covid-19 response fund on April 27.

(Source: Kuensel)

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