Trade and Development Strategies

Year Strategy name Sector
2004 Environmental Management Strategy and Action Plan

The strategy has been elaborated in alignment with the St. George's Declaration... The strategy has been elaborated in alignment with the St. George's Declaration endorsed by the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States in 2006, drawing from there some of its fundamental principles. It envisages increase awareness among the people of Antigua and Barbadua concerning the importance of sustainable development and the protection and conservation of natural resources. The strategy aims to outline a policy and planning framework, improve the legal and institutional framework, provide a framework for sustainable livelihood, increase civil society participation, building capacity, improving economic incentives, and increasing environmental education, training and awareness. The documents contains twelve strategies corresponding to twelve principles extracted from the St. George's Declaration. For each of them, the strategies outlines some background information and precise recommended actions.

2004 Tourism Strategic Policy and Plan

The strategy especially underlines the need for private sector investments in the... The strategy especially underlines the need for private sector investments in the tourism sector in Antigua and Barbuda and it organizes the tourism policy around the principles of sustainability, collaboration and quality.

Tourism Tourism

2001 UNDAF Barbados and the OECS 2002-2004

The document outlines the rationale and the process for the elaboration of... The document outlines the rationale and the process for the elaboration of a development assitance framework for Barbados and the OECS countries, and it identifies the main obstacles to development for these countries, both on a regional, global, and community level. Finally, it envisages as its main objectives: a) the right to a sustainable livelihood; b) the right to security or person; c) the rigth to food security; d) the right to health and education; e) the right to participation and equal protection under law; f) capacity building of governments.