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Fifth National Development Plan 2006

Republic of Zambia Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Zambia 31 December 2006 Report prevention, social development

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The Vision 2030 identifies a number of development goals, which include: (a) reaching middle income status; (b) significantly reducing hunger and poverty; and (c) fostering a competitive
and outward-oriented economy. Together, these goals call for policies that accelerate and
sustain economic growth, and which enable the poor to participate in, and benefit from, the
growth process.

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