Congo's National Development Plan (NDP) is a common roadmap for moving Congo forward and to integrate multilayer and multisectoral strategic planning framework that gives life to the President's vision, embodied in the "Future Path". Its primary objective is to expedite the modernization of society and industrialization of Congo, with a view to creating greater prosperity and thus set the stage for Congo's emergence in the global economy.
Growth and Transformation Plan II (GTP II) is Ethiopia's five-year development plan for 2015-2020. The major objective of GPTII is to serve as a springboard towards realizing the national vision of becoming a low middle-income country by 2025, through sustaining the rapid, broad-based, and inclusive economic growth, which accelerates economic transformation and the journey towards the country’s Renascence.
Ethiopia Ministry of Finance and Economic Development
The Growth and Transformation Plan I (GTP) is a national five-year development plan created by the Government of Ethiopia to improve the country's economic well-being and work towards eradicating poverty. The document outlines the main objectives, strategies, and targets for the five-year period, as well as providing details on specific sectors; costs and financing; risks, opportunities, and challenges; and monitoring and evaluation.
Barbados National Assessment Report was formulated adhering to the affirmation made by The United General Assembly (GA) to provide the international community with an opportunity to conduct an assessment of the progress made in addressing the vulnerabilities of Small Islands Developing State (SID), lessons learned and constraints encountered in the implementation of the Barbados Programme of Action (BPOA).
Jordan 2025: Part II is the continuation of the paper Jordan 2025: A national vision and strategy. It provides the initiatives and priorities identified through the assessment of the sectoral challenges. These initiatives enable the implementation of the policies and initiatives laid out in the paper Jordan 2025: A national vision and strategy.
The paper Jordan 2025: A national vision and strategy document Jordan's long-term national vision, strategies and policies that correspond to the basic principles of sustainability, institutionalization, excellence, competitiveness, and meritocracy. The proposed development approach based on these principles clarifies the roles of all actors in the community and the importance of their participation in the process and implementation of the proposed framework.
Bhutan 2020: A vision for peace, prosperity and happiness II prioritizes the future and sets out the main directions that enable the nation to mainatin its distinctive path of development in the next century. It identifies a hierarchy of goals, objectives and principles and presents the central development concept that is essential for understanding the distinctive approach to development.
Bhutan 2020: A vision for peace, prosperity and happiness I is a vision statement that seeks to review the current situation. It looks back at the path Bhutan has travelled as a nation in the past three decades and notes the progress the nation has recorded in a number of fields. It also examines the reasons that help to explain the achievements, and draws conclusions on the distinctive Bhutanese path of development.
The Ninth National Economic and Social Development Plan adopts the philosophy of sufficiency economy that focuses on the alleviation of poverty and upgrading of the quality of life for the Thai people. The sufficiency economy philosophy will be followed as a shared value of the Thai people, guiding the transformation to a new national management system based on efficiency, quality of life, and sustainability objectives.
The Tenth National Economic and Social Development Plan aims to pursue a green and happiness society under the direction of the sufficiency economy philosophy. The mission of the Tenth plan is to enhance the efficient economy, conserve biodiversity and build a secure natural resource base, increase capabiity of people to achieve self-reliance through knowledge, good health and strong communitites and improve the national administration with strong governance and democracy with the king as the head of the state.