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Kiribati Development Plan 2012 - 2015

Government of Kiribati Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Kiribati 24 April 2012 Policy document development

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The Kiribati Development Plan is a guide on development priorities for Kiribati over the next four years. It is the ninth in a series of development plans for the country. This document is based on the review of the former Kiribati Development Plan, and has been compiled through a ‘partnership’ approach. This involved extensive consultations, meetings and discussions with all key stakeholders in identifying national, ministries’ and sectoral development priorities, including proposed strategies in addressing the identified issues.
This document includes information on:

- Human resource developments
- Economic growth and poverty reduction
- Health
- Environment
- Governance
- Infrastructure
- Implementation arrangements
- Monitoring and evaluation.

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