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.
Cambodia's Second National Communication presents the information on national circumstances, national GHG inventory for the year 2000 and GHG emission projections, impacts and vulnerability to climate change, the situation with respect to the implementation of climate change and related plans, programmes and projects in these areas, financial commitments, technology transfer and international cooperation, systematic research and observation, education, training and public awareness and constraints, gaps and related financial, technical and capacity needs.
Promulgated by the Royal Government of Cambodia Cambodia Climate Change Strategic Plan 2014-2023 (CCCSP) is the first-ever national policy document responding to the climate change issues the country is facing. It reflects Cambodia's political will, firm commitment, and readiness for the reduction of climate change impacts on national development.
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Global Environment Facility (GEF)
The report Jordan's Second Communication to the United Nations Framework Convention on the Climate Change (UNFCCC) reflects the most comprehensive outlook about climate change in Jordanian context, the efforts made to address the climate change and its impacts. The report provides an insight into Jordan's emissions mitigation opportunities, and vulnerability and adaptative capacity to climate change.
Global Environment Facility (GEF), UNEP DTU Partnership, United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment)
The report Jordan Technology Needs Assessment for Climate Change Report III: Technology action plans (TAP) documents the actions and activities needed in response to the outcomes of a systematic and long process of assessing the obstacles and limitations that are hindering the widespread diffusion and deployment of climate change technologies in Jordan.
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 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.
The Eleventh National Economic and Social Development Plan (2012-2016) is geared toward building on existing capacity and strengthening resilience, based on the nation's social, economic, natural resource and environmental capital. It aims to place people at the center of the development whilst promoting balanced development in all aspects.
The strengths of Mauritius' Agriculture sector lie in Mauritius' historical attachment to agriculture; national ingenuity; resilience of the small agriculture sector in food production; and relatively good public infrastructure and institutional system.
Mauritius Strategic Plan (2016-02020) for the Food Crops, Livestock and Forestry Sectors sets out the goals and objectives to be attained over the next five years to improve the level of food security and food safety and promote a more sustainable agriculture.