Trade and Development Strategies

Year Strategy name Sector
2011 ECCAS Coffee Export Strategy

The rationale of the strategy arises from the decrease in coffee production... The rationale of the strategy arises from the decrease in coffee production experienced by the ECCAS countries in the last twenty years. It envisages repositioning ECCAS countries on the world coffe market through the development of professional and sustainable value-chains, beneficial to all stakeholders. The main objectives of the strategy are: 1) to increase production and improve quality of coffee in the ECCAS countries; 2) to improve competitiveness of production chains in ECCAS; 3) to promote consumption of coffee coming from ECCAS countries. The document also provides an overview of the sector performance across the ECCAS country members and analyses the dynamics of the coffee world market.

Coffee Coffee

2011 ECCAS Cotton and Textile Export Strategy

The strategy envisages the creation of a competitive and integrated value-chain, able... The strategy envisages the creation of a competitive and integrated value-chain, able to produce cotton and related products of high quality and export them on international markets, thus contributing to reduce poverty through a fait distribution of income. The document provides an analyses of the cotton value chain performance across the different country members of ECCAS, and it outlines a strategy framed around five main strategic objectives: 1) increase the production of cotton while improving its quality and profitability; 2) improving and ensuring the quality of cotton in the region; 3) sustain and foster the transformation of cotton into final products within the region; 4) strengthen the promotion and the commercialization of cotton and textiles products produced in the ECCAS region; 5) develop and improve the valorisation of products from seed crushing. The document provides a detailed implementation framework identifying responsible authorities and detailed actions policies to be taken.

Cotton, Garment Industry, Textile Industry Cotton, Garment Industry, Textile Industry

2011 Southern Africa ADB Regional Integration Strategy Paper

The document provides an overview of the current political, economic and social... The document provides an overview of the current political, economic and social context of the region, setting the regional strategic objectives and identifying the key challenges and opportunities. The strategy rotates around two pillars: regional infrastructure and capacity building; and it focuses on areas such as regional transport/trade facilitation infrastructure, regional Energy Development, information and communication technology, support to the CES Tripartite Arrangement, institutional strengthening, trade and transport facilitation and aid for trade. Furthermore, the strategy addresses cross-cutting issues such as gender, environment, climate change, knowledge management and networking, macroeconomic convergence.

2008 UNDAF Angola 2009-2013

The UNDAF frames the UN assistance to Angola around four main areas... The UNDAF frames the UN assistance to Angola around four main areas of intervention: governance, justice and data for development; social services; HIV/AIDS; sustainable economic development.

2006 Diagnostic Trade Integration Study - Angola

The DTIS provides an overview of the current economic situation in Angola... The DTIS provides an overview of the current economic situation in Angola and of the main issues regarding poverty and trade. It analyses the key problems affecting infrastructures, trade regime and institutions, commercial barriers, trade facilitation and private sector development.

2005 Estratégia de Combate à Pobreza

The document analyzes the current economic situation and the determinants of poverty... The document analyzes the current economic situation and the determinants of poverty in Angola, and it outlines policy actions in ten main areas of intervention: 1) probation; 2) demining; 3) food security and rural development; 4) HIV/AIDS; 5) Education; 6) Health; 7) Basic infrastructures; 8) professional training and employment; 9) governance; 10) macroeconomic governance.