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Roadmap for democracy and sustainable socio-economic development 2010-2014

Government of Fiji Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Fiji December 2009 Policy document plan, policy, social and economic rights, social development, strategy, Transformation

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The Roadmap for Democracy and Sustainable Socio-economic Development (RDSSED) 2010-2014 sets out a strategic framework to achieve sustainable democracy, good and just governance, socio-economic development and national unity. The key foundation of the Roadmap is the Peoples Charter for Change Peace and Progress (PCCPP) which was compiled through an unprecedented nationwide consultation process, involving a wide range of stakeholders. The Roadmap is logically aligned to the mandate handed down by His Excellency, the President in 2007, as well as to the Strategic Framework for Change announced by the Prime Minister on 1st July 2009. In order to ensure an inclusive approach, ownership and successful implementation, the Roadmap has been compiled in consultation with private sector, civil society and government to take on board the current political, social and economic situation, both on the international and domestic fronts. The vision of the Roadmap together with the Mission and Guiding Principles are described in Chapter 1. Chapter two reviews governance issues and challenges and sets out the policies, strategies and key performance indicators. Similarly, reviews and policies, strategies and key performance indicators for economic and socio-cultural development are addressed in Chapters 3 and 4 respectively. Chapter 5 outlines the implementation and monitoring framework.

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