Trade and Development Strategies

Year Strategy name Sector
2010 Fruits and Vegetables Export Strategy

The strategy aims at increasing the volume of exports in the vegetables,... The strategy aims at increasing the volume of exports in the vegetables, fruits and tubers sectors through the improvement of marketing options and of the value chain. It outlines five main strategic objectives: 1) system service in place for collection and grading of crops; 2) market access and market research information; 3) rural development policy, land use/rights and agricultural sector; 4) improved quality and consistency of production; 5) farm inputs match market requirements. Hence, it provides a an implementation framework, outlining key implementing partners, performance indicators and potential development scenarios.

Cassava, Dalo, Ginger, Papaya, Sugar Industry Cassava, Dalo, Ginger, Papaya, Sugar Industry

2009 Agriculture Strategic Development Plan

The Agriculture Strategic Development Plan aims at contributing to the achievement of... The Agriculture Strategic Development Plan aims at contributing to the achievement of the objectives expressed in the MDGs Declaration and in the Roadmap for Democracy and Sustainable Socio-Economic Development. The plan envisages an increase in Public Private Partnerships and in the commercialization of agricultural products, moving away from mere subsistence production.

Beef, Cassava, Dairy Products, Dalo, Fruits and Vegetables, Ginger, Potatoes, Rice, Sheep Farming Beef, Cassava, Dairy Products, Dalo, Fruits and Vegetables, Ginger, Potatoes, Rice, Sheep Farming

2009 Roadmap for Democracy and Socio-Economic Development

The roadmap aims at implementing policies in order to achieve the Visio... The roadmap aims at implementing policies in order to achieve the Visio of a "Better Fiji for All". It outlines policy changes aiming at improving good governance; fostering economic, social and cultural development.

Financial Services, Fisheries, Fruits and Vegetables, Gold, Livestock, Mineral Water, Sugar Industry Financial Services, Fisheries, Fruits and Vegetables, Gold, Livestock, Mineral Water, Sugar Industry

2009 Strategic Framework for Change

The framework envisages the desire to build "A Better Fiji for All",... The framework envisages the desire to build "A Better Fiji for All", and it outlines eleven main objectives for this purpose: 1) Ensuring Sustainable Democracy and Good and Just Governance; 2) Developing a Common National Identity and Building Social Cohesion; 3) Ensuring Effective, Enlightened and Accountable Leadership; 4) Enhancing Public Sector Efficiency, Performance Effectiveness and Service Delivery; 5) Achieving Higher Economic Growth While Ensuring Sustainability; 6) Making More Land Available for Productive and Social Purposes; 7) Developing an Integrated Development Structure at Divisional Level; 8) Reducing Poverty to a Negligible Level by 2015; 9) Making Fiji a Knowledge Based Society; 10) Improving Health Service Delivery; 11) Enhancing Global Integration and International Relations.

2008 National Trust Strategic Plan

The strategic plan 2008-2012 aims at consolidating, enhancing and reinforcing the role... The strategic plan 2008-2012 aims at consolidating, enhancing and reinforcing the role of the National Trust of Fiji in the conservation, protection, sustainable management and research of Fiji's natural and cultural heritage. The strategy outlines eight main objectives in order to value and protect for future generations Fiji's natural and cultural heritage: 1) governance and development; 2) community participation; 3) capacity building; 4) policy frameworks; 5) financial sustainability; 6) strengthened partnerships; 7) sustainable management of heritage sites; 8) awareness and education.

2007 National Export Strategy

The central theme of the Fiji National Export Strategy is “a dynamic... The central theme of the Fiji National Export Strategy is “a dynamic and competitive exporter for prosperity through a national partnership”. The strategy analyses the current export performance of the country and it identifies the main challenges to be addresses for the country to successfully participate in the international market place. In particular, it outlines five main issues: 1) the phasing out of preferential agreements for major export products; 2) the country’s limited capacity to diversify its export mix to value added; 3) revenue leakage in the high performance tourism sector; 4) the limited scope of export oriented small and medium enterprises; and 5) a serious trade imbalance. To overcome these issues, the strategy aims to address cross cutting issues such as: market access negotiations, access to finance, market information, raw materials supply, transports and logistics, fiscal policy, currency fluctuations, national branding, public sector reforms, environmental sustainability, institutions, natural disasters recovery, infrastructures, education and training, land tenure, research and development, business competitiveness, quality and standards, entrepreneurship. Furthermore, the strategy identifies 13 sectors with higher export potential, providing for each one of them a detailed implementation plan.

Audio-Visual Industry, Cassava, Dalo, Education and Training Services, Financial Services, Fisheries,... Audio-Visual Industry, Cassava, Dalo, Education and Training Services, Financial Services, Fisheries, Forestry, Garment Industry, Garment Industry, Ginger, Health Care Services, Information Communication Technology, Kava, Mineral Water, Papaya, Sugar Industry, Tourism

2007 Sustainable Economic and Empowerment Development Strategy

The strategy envisages the creation of a "Better Fiji for All", well-governed,... The strategy envisages the creation of a "Better Fiji for All", well-governed, prosperous, non-racial, united and peaceful; and it has been elaborated in accordance to six main principles: 1) good governance, including the need for consistent and credible policies; 2) environmental sustainability; 3) respect for the Vanua and for the cultures and traditions of the indigenous Fijians and Rotumans, and other communities in Fiji; 4) respect for legal authority and law and order; 5) respect for human rights and group insights; 6) honesty, integrity, transparency and accountability in public life and general standards of conduct which reflect the fundamental beliefs of the country. The document provides a review of the recent social and economic development of Ethiopia, and it outlines policy objectives and strategies dealing with institutional governance, economic growth, reform of the public service and of public financial institutions, access to land and land utilization, social and community development.

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.

2002 20-year Development Plan (2001-2020) for the Enhancement of Participation of Indigenous Fijians and Rotumans in the Socio-Economic Development of Fiji

Fisheries, Fisheries, Forestry, Forestry, Sugar Industry, Sugar Industry, Tourism, Tourism Fisheries, Fisheries, Forestry, Forestry, Sugar Industry, Sugar Industry, Tourism, Tourism