Common Country Analysis (Bhutan) 16 January 2018

In preparation for its upcoming (2019-2023) United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) One Programme, the UN System in Bhutan has undertaken the Common Country Analysis (CCA) to provide an assessment of the country’s key development issues and challenges. The CCA, in conjunction with related analytical modules—the Population Situation Analysis 2017, Vision 2030, Comparative Advantages of UN Agencies, Capacity Assessment, and Development Finance Assessment—will provide the evidence base to help guide the UN Country Team (UNCT), with a coordinated approach in focusing and prioritising engagement and support to Bhutan’s development efforts during most of the country’s 12th Five Year Plan (FYP) period (2018-2023).

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