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Plan Nacional de Desarollo Paraguay 2030 (National Development Plan Paraguay 2030)

El Gobierno Nacional de Paraguay Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Paraguay December 2014 Policy document development, plan

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Las políticas públicas para construir el Paraguay del 2030 se concentrarán en tres grandes ejes estratégicos: 1. reducción de la pobreza y desarrollo social, 2. crecimiento económico inclusivo, y 3. inserción del Paraguay en el mundo en forma adecuada.
Cada eje estratégico incorporará cuatro líneas transversales: (i) la igualdad de oportunidades, (ii) la gestión pública eficiente y transparente, (iii) el ordenamiento y desarrollo territorial, y (iv) la sostenibilidad ambiental. La interacción de los 3 ejes estratégicos con las 4 líneas transversales, resulta en 12 estrategias que guiarán las políticas públicas para construir el Paraguay del 2030.

The National Development Plan is the vision for development goals for Paraguay to achieve by 2030. The public policies to build the Paraguay of 2030 will concentrate on three main strategic axes: 1. reduction of poverty and social development, including health, 2. inclusive economic growth, and 3. inclusion of Paraguay in the world. Each strategic axis will incorporate four lines: (i) equality of opportunity, (ii) efficient and transparent public management (iii) land use and territorial development, and (iv) environmental sustainability. The interaction of the 3 strategic axes with 4 lines, results in 12 strategies that will guide public policy to build the Paraguay of 2030.


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