Trade and Development Strategies

Year Strategy name Sector
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.

2009 Namibia, Country Strategy Paper

The country strategy paper for Namibia outlines the strategy of intervention of... The country strategy paper for Namibia outlines the strategy of intervention of the African Development Bank in the country, in allignement with the objectives put forwards in the Vision 2030 and the National Development Plan III. It presents the country macroeconomic context and includes implementation plans and resources allocation.

2008 National Development Plan III (Volume I)

The National Development Plan III builds on the experience acquired through the... The National Development Plan III builds on the experience acquired through the National Development Plan II and it is alligned with the National Vision 2030. It envisages the following objectives: 1) Increased Equality in Income Distribution; 2) Increased and Sustainable Economic Growth; 3) Increased Employment; 4) Increased Smart Partnerships and Private Sector Development; 5) Highly Developed and Reliable Infrastructure; 6) Optimal and Sustainable Utilisation of Renewable and Non-Renewable Resources; 7) Environmental Sustainability; 8) Adequate Supply of Qualified, Productive and Competitive Labour Force; 9) Innovative and Productive Usage of Technology, and Research and Development; 10) Affordable and Quality Healthcare; 11) Reduced Spread of HIV/AIDS and its Effects; 12) Eradication of Extreme Poverty and Hunger; 13) Reduced Inequality and Social Welfare; 14) A Society Imbued With Culture, Tradition and Morality; 15) Gender Equality; 16) Enhanced and Sustained Participatory Democracy; 17) Strengthened Rule of Law and Social Justice; 18) Internal Security and Territorial Integrity; 19) Promote Regional Integration; 20) Strengthened International Partnerships for Development; 21) Contribution to Regional and Global Peace and Political Stability.

2005 UNDAF Namibia 2006-2010

The UNDAF frames the United Nations System assistance to Namibia around three... The UNDAF frames the United Nations System assistance to Namibia around three main expected outcomes: i) HIV response is strengthened; ii) Livelihoods and food security are improved; iii) capacity to deliver essential services is strengthened.

2004 Namibia National Vision 2030

The National Vision 2030 tries to shape Namibian policy until 2030 around... The National Vision 2030 tries to shape Namibian policy until 2030 around nine fundamental values: 1) good governance; 2) partnership; 3) capacity enhancement; 4) comparative advantage; 5) sustainable development; 6) economic growth; 7) national sovereignty and human integrity; 8) environment; 9) peace and security.

2002 National Poverty Reduction Action Programme

The National Poverty Reduction Action Programme builds on the Poverty Reduction Strategy... The National Poverty Reduction Action Programme builds on the Poverty Reduction Strategy (1998) and describes the measures that should be taken to ensure its implementation.

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