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The Saint Lucia National Vision Plan (For all Quadrants)

The Government of Saint Lucia Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Saint Lucia 31 December 2008 Guidelines employment, social development

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The Saint Lucia National Vision Plan provides a broad overview of Saint Lucia and the development issues it faces. It contains both i rst-hand information and observations gathered during many trips, interviews, and workshops. The i rst-hand information and observations involved participants representing all segments of Saint Lucia’s population. The document also includes a compilation of existing reports and plans undertaken by government agencies and developers.

The creation of the Vision Plan will serve as a framework for development, providing the tool by which all governmental and non-governmental agencies can identify and develop individual projects within a national Vision Plan.


English, 23.3 MB pdf
North East Quadrant
English, 11 MB pdf
Southern Quadrant
English, 17 MB pdf
West Central Quadrant
English, 11.5 MB pdf
North West Quadrant
English, 30.3 MB pdf
English, 69.2 kB pdf

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