Innovative Finance and its Relevance to Bhutan in the Context of SDGs and 12th Five-Year Plan

This Discussion Paper is based on a series of consultations with key stakeholders including the Joint Task Force for Bhutan’s 14th Round Table Meeting. A scoping exercise was carried out towards the end of 2018 and early 2019 with relevant stakeholders, including the government, financial institutions, development partners, civil societies and entrepreneurs.

UNDP(2019) Discussion paper – Innovative Finance and its Relevance to Bhutan in the Context of SDGs and 12th Five-Year Plan

 

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