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El Plan Quinquenal de Desarrollo 2014-2019 (Five year Development Plan 2014-2019)

El Gobierno de El Salvador Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies El Salvador 1 June 2014 Policy document development, strategy

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El Plan Quinquenal de Desarrollo 2014-2019: El Salvador productivo, educado y seguro es el instrumento de política pública de más alto nivel, la primera piedra en la construcción del Sistema Nacional de Planificación (SNP) y el mapa que orientará la ruta del país en estos cinco años que iniciaron el 1º de junio del 2014. En él se establecen las prioridades y se traza el camino del quinquenio en un horizonte de mediano y largo plazo.
Es importante destacar el consenso generado en torno a las tres prioridades que orientan el PQD 2014-2019 y el rumbo de la gestión del Gobierno: estimular el empleo productivo a través de un modelo de crecimiento económico sostenido, impulsar la educación con inclusión y equidad social, y fortalecer efectivamente la seguridad ciudadana.

The "Five-year Development Plan 2014-2019: El Salvador productive, educated and safe" is the public policy instrument at the highest level, the first stone in the construction of the National System of Planning (SNP) and the map that will guide the path of the country in these five years that began on 1 June 2014. It sets out the priorities and outlines the path of the next five years as well as short and long term goals.
It is important to highlight the consensus generated around the three priorities that guide the Five-Year Development Plan 2014-2019 and the direction of the management of the Government: to stimulate productive employment through a model of sustained economic growth, promote education with inclusion and social equity, and effectively strengthen the security of citizens.

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