Trade and Development Strategies

Year Strategy name Sector
2011 Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper - Mauritania 2011-2015

The Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) 2011-2015 provides a broad assessment of... The Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) 2011-2015 provides a broad assessment of the results of the 2006-2010 PRSP and it frames the policy intervention for the 2011-2015 period around five main pillars: 1) acceleration of growth and stabilization of the macroeconomic framework; 2) anchoring growth in the economic environment of the poor; 3) human resources development and expansion of basic services; 4) promoting good governance and capacity building; 5) enhanced steering, coordination, and monitoring/evaluation of the PRSP 2011-2015.

2011 UNDAF Mauritania 2012-2016

The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) is aligned with the Poverty... The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) is aligned with the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper and the Millennium Development Goals, and it is organized around four main axes of cooperation: 1) fight against poverty and food insecurity; 2) access to basic social services and maintenance of HIV seroprevalence to less than 1%; 3) improvement of environmental governance and rational use of natural resources; 4) good governance and capacity building.

2001 Diagnostic Trade Integration Study of Mauritania. A Poverty focused Trade Strategy

The Diagnostic Trade Integration Study (DTIS) outlines the major strengths and weaknesses... The Diagnostic Trade Integration Study (DTIS) outlines the major strengths and weaknesses of Mauritania in facing international competition and deepening economic integration into the world economy. In particular, it underlines the need to improve export competitiveness and business environment, reform customs procedures and increase institutional support for trade development. Finally, it provides sector-specific analyses and addresses issues related to poverty reduction.

Fisheries, Livestock, Rice, Tourism Fisheries, Livestock, Rice, Tourism