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National Integrated Strategic Plan 2003 - 2008

Government of Niue Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Niue 1 January 2003 Policy document capacity development

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Strategic Objectives
1) Financial Stability
Ensure there are sufficient financial resources to manage and develop the country in a responsible and sustainable manner.
2) Governance
Provide governance that is stable, transparent and accountable.
3) Economic Development
Maximise benefits from Niue’s resources in a sustainable manner.
4) Social
Enjoying a lifestyle of a thriving, educated and healthy community that has access to a wide range of quality social infrastructure, services and development opportunities.
5) Environment
Sustainable management of Niue’s natural resources for future generations.
6) Taoga Niue
The sovereign and ethnic standing of the people of Niue will be secured and will thrive as the driving force in the development and sustainability of Niue as a viable living community.


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