12th five-year plan key focus areas identified
Economic growth sustained
The economic growth will be sustained through domestic financing to total expenditure and an annual average fiscal deficit over the plan period domestic credit. Poverty and inequality reduced
The poverty and inequality will be reduced in the 12th five-year plan (FYP). The proportion of those living below the national poverty line and growth rates of household expenditure or income per capita among the bottom 40 percent of the population and the total population is expected to reduce.
It is also expected to reduce in the proportion of people living below 50 percent of median income and the living below Multidimensional Poverty line. Culture and traditions preserved and promoted
The culture and traditions will be preserved and promoted through
promoting the native languages and cultural participation, zorig chusum skills index, Driglam Namzha, family index and community relationship index.
Climate resilient development and sustainable utilization of natural resources enhanced
The climate resilient development and sustainable utilization of natural resources can be enhanced through the reduction of greenhouse gas emission, proportion of forest area under sustainable forest management, good ambient water quality, ecological issues index, responsibility towards environment, and water security index and migration rate of highlanders. Quality of education improved
The quality of education in the Tertiary Education Institutes accredited by regional/international accreditation bodies is expected to improve.
The students’ learning outcome scores in classes III, VI and X and also the
percentage of youth with information and communications technology (ICT) skills values index will improve by the 12th FYP. Food and nutrition security enhanced
There will be enhancement in sustainable agricultural practices with functional irrigation.
Disaster resilience and preparedness strengthened
The number of National Command and Evacuation Centers will be increased
The number of agencies that have integrated disaster risk reduction development strategies and early warning systems in plans and policies will be also a part of improvement in the plan. The response of time where the number of hours within which emergency response time reaches site of disaster will be strengthened. Efficiency of public services improved
The average service delivery TAT for most commonly available G2C and G2B services and average annual performance rating of government agencies less than 90 percent is expected to improve during the plan period. The government performance index and citizen’s confidence in judicial services is also a part of improvement in the 12th FYP. Women and girls empowered
The women’s participation rate in national and local government elections and ratio of female to male in tertiary education are expected to increase along with female youth employment. Production and gainful employment created
The national unemployment rate and youth unemployment rate will be reduced while the total employment rate will be increased. Thus, the youth (aged 15-24) who are not in education will be given training for employment. Decentralization strengthened There will be share of human resource budget
and capital budget allocation to LGs. There will be a proportion of civil servants at local governments to strength decentralize. Healthy, safe and caring society sustained
Life expectancy rate is expected to increase while suicide rate will decrease. The road traffic fatalities, incidence of noncommunicable diseases and crime rate will be reduced.
It is also targeted interventions towards senior citizens and youth in conflict with laws.
Livability and sustainability of thromdes and other human settlements improved
The proportion of urban population living in informal settlements or inadequate housing will improve and the amount of waste recycled at national level and in each thromde will be increased. The households with 24 hours of safe drinking water supply will improve and there will be reduction in the number of gungtongs (empty households) in rural areas.