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National Strategic Plan 2015-2017

Republic of the Marshall Islands Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Marshall Islands 1 June 2014 Policy document development, strategy

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The National Strategic Plan (NSP) of the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) has been developed using a collaborative process among government ministries and agencies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and the private sector.

The NSP is designed as a framework to coordinate the articulated medium term development goals and objectives of the RMI government at the national level. The NSP will be used by government leaders as the roadmap for development and progress in the medium term (2015–2017) and will be continually updated for use in meeting longer term objectives as the RMI moves towards the scheduled completion of The Compact of Free Association, as Amended funding in 2023.

The NSP will enable RMI government leaders to articulate the direction of priorities over the coming three year period, in anticipation of 2023. RMI government, through the NSP, can now clearly outline the chronological pathway for implementation of national priorities.


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