Trade and Development Strategies

Year Strategy name Sector
2009 Fruits and Vegetables Export Strategy

The Fruits and Vegetables Export Strategy aims at creating a competitive and... The Fruits and Vegetables Export Strategy aims at creating a competitive and sustainable sector growing the future for a healthy and wealthy Samoa, as a major economic vehicle in achieving the objectives of the Samoa Development Strategy by 2012 and the Millennium Development Goals by 2020. The Strategy focuses on seven main objectives: 1) Improve coordination in the sector to successfully implement the Fruit and Vegetable Strategy; 2) Improve market intelligence, promotion and dissemination across the whole value chain; 3) Build a supply sub sector that can guarantee consistent quality and supply of fresh fruit and vegetables; 4) Build a sector that is well trained and supported by a comprehensive and properly executed capability plan; 5) Improve financial situation of sector farmers and enterprises; 6) Promote Integrated Management of resources to ensure sustainability of the fruit and vegetable sector; 7) Strengthen Samoa Association for Manufacturers and Exporters (SAME) to provide services that will increase returns and overall value addition for sector

Fruits and Vegetables Fruits and Vegetables

2008 Strategy for the Development of Samoa

The document provides a review of the implementation of the Strategy for... The document provides a review of the implementation of the Strategy for Development of Samoa 2005-2007, and it outlines the strategy for the 2008-2012 period. The strategy focuses and three main priority areas (economic policies, social policies, public sector management and environmental sustainability) aiming at seven key goals: 1) sustainaed macroeconomic stability; 2) private sector led economic growth and employment creation; 3) improved education outcomes; 4) improved health outcomes; 5) community development: improved economic and social wellbeing and improved village governance; 6) improved governance; 7) environmental sustainability and disaster risk reduction.

Agriculture, Commerce and Manufacturing, Fisheries, Sport Services, Tourism Agriculture, Commerce and Manufacturing, Fisheries, Sport Services, Tourism

2007 UNDAF Pacific

The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) for the Pacific region is... The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) for the Pacific region is aligned with the Pacific Plan, with national development priorities and with the Millennium Development Goals. It outlines expected outcomes in relation to four main areas of interventions: 1) equitable economic growth and poverty reduction; 2) good governance and human rights; 3) equitable social and protection services; 4) sustainable environmental management. For each of these areas, the plan also provides gender-specific UN outputs.

2005 The Pacific Plan

The Pacific Plan has been elaborated by the members of the Pacific... The Pacific Plan has been elaborated by the members of the Pacific Islands Forum in order to enhance and stimulate economic growth, sustainable development, good governance and security for Pacific countries, particularly relying on the role of regional integration. The plan identifies precise strategic objectives and it outlines a medium- and long-term implementation plan. It focuses on capacity development, human rights protection, gender equality, youth integration and technical and vocational education training.

2002 UNDAF Samoa 2003-2007

The UNDAF main objective is to support and give contribution to the... The UNDAF main objective is to support and give contribution to the Government development vision for Samoa. In order to achieve this goal, the UNDAF focuses on: reducing poverty and vulnerability through improved access to and quality of basic services; enhancing community participation, increasing income generation opportunities and strengthening benefits from international integration and cooperation; improving natural resource management and promote environmental sustainability.