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National Integrated Development Strategy (NIDS)

Government of the British Virgin Islands Department of Disaster Management Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies British Virgin Islands 31 December 1999 Policy document development, strategy

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The National Integrated Development Plan (NIDP) is a major output of the National Integrated Development Strategy (NIDS) that has been adopted by the Government of the British Virgin Islands (GBVI) to promote the sustainable development of the territory over the next five years, 1999 – 2003.


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