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National Development Strategy 1 (2021 – 2025): An Overview

Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Zimbabwe

This document outlines Vision 2030, National Development Strategy 1 (2021 – 2025), National Development Strategy 1 Architecture, National Development Strategy 1 process, pathway to the realisation of the 14 national Priorities.

Zimbabwe 2021 National Development

National Development Strategy 1 January 2021 – December 2025

Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Zimbabwe

The objectives of this policy are to strengthen macroeconomic stability, characterised by low and stable inflation, as well as exchange rate stability; achieve and sustain inclusive and equitable Real GDP growth; and promote good governance and corporate social investment.

Zimbabwe 2020 National Development

Short Term Emergency Recovery Programme (STERP)

Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Zimbabwe

Short Term Emergency Recovery Programme (STERP) is an emergency short term stabilisation programme, whose key goals are to stabilise the macro and micro-economy, recover the levels of savings, investment and growth, and lay the basis of a more transformative midterm to long term economic programme that will turn Zimbabwe into a progressive developmental State.

Zimbabwe 2009 National Development

Transitional Stabilisation Programme Reforms Agenda

Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Zimbabwe

This Transitional Stabilisation Programme over October 2018 to December 2020 draws its policy thrust from Vision 2030. It focuses on stabilising the macro-economy, and the financial sector; introducing the necessary policy, and institutional reforms, to transform to a private sector-led economy; and launching quick-wins to stimulate growth.

Zimbabwe 2018 National Development

Transitional Stabilisation Programme Reforms Agenda

Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Zimbabwe

This Transitional Stabilisation Programme over October 2018 to December 2020 draws its policy thrust from Vision 2030. It focuses on stabilising the macro-economy, and the financial sector; introducing the necessary policy, and institutional reforms, to transform to a private sector-led economy; and launching quick-wins to stimulate growth.

Zimbabwe 2018 National Development

Zimbabwe Medium Term Plan 2011-2015

Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Zimbabwe

The main goal of this plan is to transform the economy, reduce poverty, create jobs, maintain macro economic stability and restore the economy’s capacity to produce goods and services competitively.

Zimbabwe 2011 National Development

Vision 2030

Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe Vision 2030 seeks to fundamentally transform Zimbabwe into an upper-middle-income economy, with a per capita Gross National Income of over US$5000 in real terms by 2030, from the current US$1 440.

Zimbabwe 2018 National Development

National Development Plan 2030

Ministry of Social Development, South Africa

The National Development Plan is a broad strategic framework. It sets out a coherent and holistic approach to confronting poverty and inequality based on six focused and interlinked priorities that include uniting South Africans around a common programmme, building capabilities, faster and more inclusive economic growth, citizens active in their own development, a capable and developmental state and leadership and responsibility throughout society.

South Africa 2012 National Development

The Tanzania Vision 2025

Ministry of Finance and Planning, Tanzania

This national development plan has three principal objectives: achieving quality and good life for all; good governance and the rule of law; and building a strong and resilient economy that can effectively withstand global competition. These objectives cover both economic and social issues such as education, health, the environment and increasing involvement of the people in working for their development. The thrust of these objectives is to attain sustainable development of the people.

Tanzania 2025 National Development

Zanzibar Poverty Reduction Plan Progress Report for the Year 2003

Ministry of Finance and Planning, Tanzania

Zanzibar Poverty Reduction Plan (ZPRP) provides measures to decrease both income and non-poverty, to increase access to social services, to enhance the survival and well-being of the population and to contain the extreme vulnerability. This progress report provides overall progress in the implementation of ZPRP.

Tanzania 2003 National Development

Zanzibar Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty (ZSGRP) 2007

Ministry of Finance and Planning, Tanzania

The four-year Zanzibar Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty presents the political situation of Zanzibar. It outlines the achievements and challenges emanating from the implementation of the Zanzibar Poverty Reduction Plan and justifies reviewing it. It also presents the Zanzibar Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty.

Tanzania 2007 National Development

The Tanzania Development Vision 2025

National Development, Tanzania

The Tanzania Vision 2025 aims at achieving a high-quality livelihood for its people to attain good governance through the rule of law and develop a strong and competitive economy.

Tanzania 2025 National Development

Zanzibar Vision 2020

National Development, Tanzania

The overall socio-economic development goal for Zanzibar by the year 2020, is to eradicate abject poverty and attain sustainable human development.

Tanzania 2020 National Development

National Contingency Plan for Earthquake

Ministry of Disaster Management and Refugee Affairs, Rwanda

The contingency plan, like all other contingency plans, aims to minimise the loss of lives and properties, as well as effects on the environment, that could arise as a result of uncertainty and poor preparations. This plan on earthquake covers activities to be effected in the case of an earthquake occurrence, based on history and geological activities, especially in the rift valley region. It also makes provisions for the aftermath effects of earthquakes; aftershocks, landslides, and fire outbreaks.

Rwanda 2019 National Development

National Contingency Plan for Managing the Emergency Consequences of Terrorist Incidents

Ministry of Disaster Management and Refugee Affairs, Rwanda

Terrorist attacks and incidents have become rampant in the world. They include explosive attacks, hostage-taking, chemical and biological attacks, and other terrorist attacks. The plan arises as a result of the perceived risky position of Rwanda, in terms of its regional position, regional security, and political background. It thus highlights the structures and processes crucial to ensure heightened preparedness and responsiveness to terrorist-related attacks.

Rwanda 2019 National Development

National Contingency Plan for Fire Incidents

Ministry of Disaster Management and Refugee Affairs, Rwanda

This serves as the implementation of the fire safety response measures. It assesses the fire risks and ensures prompt response to fire incidents as they arise. “The contingencies contained therein are consistent with the areas of
delivery of fire services that are recommended for review by Rwanda National Police (co-lead), Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Natural Resources, Rwanda Defence forces, Ministry of Health, Rwanda National Police (Fire and Rescue Brigade), Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority, and the ministry of local government.

Rwanda 2019 National Development

Instructions on Management of Refugees and Refugee Camps

Ministry of Disaster Management and Refugee Affairs, Rwanda

The ministerial instructions relate to the management of refugees and refugee camps. The activities prohibited in refugee camps include; political activities, biased or sectarian gatherings, military-related activities, neglect of parental duties, all activities without prior authorization, use of false identification, ownership or possession of any weapon, unlawful riots, drug use and trafficking, and theft of all forms.

Rwanda 2016 National Development

National Policy for Family Promotion

Ministry of Family Promotion and Gender, Rwanda

The importance of family as a tool for social cohesion and social order is prominently recognised by the government of Rwanda. The national policy is to serve as a framework for monitoring and implementing programs to protect and support families in Rwanda.

Rwanda 2005 National Development