The Major Highlight of Nepal Health Budget for 2020/2021 seems to be optimistic and focusing on communicable disease and building ...
The Major Highlight of Nepal Health Budget for 2020/2021 seems to be optimistic and focusing on communicable disease and building infrastructure. Minister for Finance of Nepal Dr. Yuba Raj Khatiwada had presented the budget estimates for the fiscal year 2020/21 on the federal parliament live. The government has presented an annual budget of Rs 1.47 trillion for the fiscal year 2020/21. which was Rs 1.53 trillion last year.
The major highlights of fiscal year 2020/21 Nepal budget areas Rs 352.91 billion for capital expenditure, Rs 948.94 billion for recurrent expenditure, Rs 172.79 billion for financing, Rs 889.62 billion will be financed from revenue, Rs 60.52 billion from foreign grants, Rs 299.5 billion from foreign loans, and Rs 225 billion from internal loans.
Regarding the Nepal Health budget, the budget in the health sector allocated for this year is 90.69 billion while it was Rs 68.78 billion in last year. There was an increase in budget in the health sector, prioritizing the prevention and control of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). The major highlights of Nepal health budget are listed at follows