Our Partners

2013 HDR launch
Minister of Works and Human Settlement launches the 2013 Human Development Report with the Acting Resident Representative Ms. Hideko Hadzialic in the capital. Photo Sonam Tsoki Tenzin @UNDP Bhutan

UNDP believes that concerted efforts to build partnerships are fundamental for building broad-based consensus, resource mobilization, and effective implementation of programmes for sustainable development in Bhutan.

UNDP continues to build and expand partnerships with the Royal Government of Bhutan, various UN Agencies, bilateral and multilateral donor agencies, the private sector, the civil society organizations, the media, and the academia for the development, resource mobilization, implementation and monitoring of its supported programmes.

Our Development Partners
In Democratic Governance
1
Gross National Happiness Commission (GNHC)
2
Ministry of Information and Communication (MoIC)
3
Ministry of Home and Cultural Affairs (MoCHA)
4
National Assembly Secretariat
5
Royal Court of Justice
6
The Election Commission of Bhutan (ECB)
7
The Royal Audit Authority (RAA)
In Energy and Environment
1
Gross National Happiness Commission (GNHC)
2
Ministry of Economic Affairs (MoEA)
3
Ministry of Works and Human Settlement (MoWHS)
4
Ministry of Agriculture and Forests (MoAF)
5
The National Environment Commission (NEC)
6
Thimphu City Corporation (TCC)
In Poverty Reduction
1
Gross National Happiness Commission (GNHC)
2 Centre for Bhutan Studies (CBS)
3 Ministry of Economic Affairs (MoEA)
4 Ministry of Labour & Human Resources (MoLHR)
5 Ministry of Agriculture and Forests (MoAF)
6 The Tarayana Foundation
International Development Partners
1 Austria
2 Denmark
3 Japan
4 Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)
5 Swiss Development Cooperation
6 UNICEF
7 Austrian Development Agency
8 Global Environment Facility/Least Developed Countries Fund (GEF/LDSF)
9 UNCDF