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Malawi Growth and Development Strategy - From Poverty to Prosperity: 2006-2011

Special Steering Committee and Technical Working Group; The Government of the Republic of Malawi Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Malawi 31 December 2006 Guidelines development, social development

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The Malawi Growth and Development Strategy (MGDS) is the overarching operational medium-term strategy for Malawi designed to attain the nation’s Vision 2020. The main thrust of the MGDS is to create wealth through sustainable economic growth and infrastructure development as a means of achieving poverty reduction.

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