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Stratégie de Croissance Accélérée et de Développement Durable 2011-2015 (Strategy for Accelerated Growth and Sustainable Development 2011-2015)

Republic of Burkina Faso Ministry of Economy and Finance Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Burkina Faso 31 December 2011 Policy document development, strategy

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Quatre (4) axes stratégiques sont identifiés pour relever le défi de l’accélération de la croissance et du développement durable. Ce sont : (i) le développement des piliers de la croissance accélérée, (ii) la consolidation du capital humain et la promotion de la protection sociale, (iii) le renforcement de la bonne gouvernance, (iv) la prise en compte des priorités transversales dans les politiques et programmes de développement.

Four (4) strategic areas are identified to meet the challenge of accelerated growth and sustainable development. These are: (i) development of the pillars of accelerated growth, (ii) the consolidation of human capital and the promotion of social welfare, (iii) the strengthening of good governance, (iv) consideration of priorities in policies and programs.

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