Bhutan’s TVET Sector Assessment had called for the need to improve TVET data management and its use for strategic planning, monitoring and evaluation in 2016. Still then, there is so much to improve in using feedback data to inform TVET reforms and development. Getting credible TVET data is difficult, let alone getting statistics (aggregated data). Two attempts to create a comprehensive TVET statistics did not materialise. Thus, this publication marks the success of producing the TVET statistical report for the first time in history of TVET. It is expected to provide the baseline information for strategic TVET development at the national and institutional level and in promoting TVET research.
On behalf of the 26 resident and non-resident United Nations agencies, funds and programmes working in Bhutan, the UN Resident Coordinator, Mr. Gerald Daly, extended its support to the national COVID-19 preparedness and response and other immediate assistance. The UN, this morning, extended its support of USD 1.14 million (approximately Nu 80.5 million) to […]Read More
Vaccines protect children against disease and death, saving up to 3 million lives every year. In short,#VaccinesWork. Bhutan joins the global community in observing the World Immunization Week April 24-30 – a key global movement held every year to re-focus attention on the importance of vaccination for children. #UNICEFBhutan #ForEveryChild #ProtectedTogetherRead More
The UNDP Administrator, Achim Steiner, will be in the country to co-chair the 14th Round Table Meeting (RTM) with the Lyonpo Dr. Tandin Dorji, Minister, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Royal Government of Bhutan which will take place in Thimphu from 12-14 March 2019. The RTM, organized by the Royal Government and in collaboration with United […]Read More
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