Trade and Development Strategies

Year Strategy name Sector
2011 Federated States of Micronesia Agriculture Policy

The goal of the Agriculture Policy is to contribute to make by... The goal of the Agriculture Policy is to contribute to make by 2023 the agriculture sector a vibrant, robust and productive contributor to the national economy, supporting employment, food security, healthy and wealthy lifestyles, strong social safety nets, a greener economy and decreased trade deficits. Hence, the policy outlines the following expected outcomes to be achieved by 2016: 1) A well resourced and properly focused agriculture sector operating within a stable and consistent policy framework; 2) Enhanced capacity of sector stakeholders; 3) Increased sustainable production (and productivity) of traditional farming systems to provide for household nutrition, traditional needs and cash incomes; 4) Increased volumes of saleable agricultural products to be marketed by the private sector into domestic and export markets; 5) More product value adding through efficient value chains; 6) Strengthened domestic and international transport linkages; 7) Enhanced synergies between the agriculture and tourism sectors; 8) Enhanced environmental services and sector resilience to natural disasters and climate change. The policy is inspired by the principles of: environmental sustainability, cultural sensitivity and integrity, social and gender equity, private sector led growth, subsidiarity, good governance and transparency, observance of international treaties.

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.

2004 Infrastructure Development Plan

The document provides an overview of the planning and financing context of... The document provides an overview of the planning and financing context of the plan, and it outlines an infrastructure program dealing with electric power, water/wastewater systems, solid waste management, roads and pedestrian facilities, maritime and air transportation, education, health, telecommunication and governmental buildings.