Khartoum (HAN) October 19, 2014. Public diplomacy and Regional food security and safety news.Interim Country Strategy Paper 2014 upto 2016.
Based on the Notion of Beyond Survival, The Economic Challenges of Agriculture & Development in Post-Independent Eritrea. Although important assistance has been provided, the uneasy relationship between the Government of Eritrea and UN agencies and international and local NGOs has undermined efforts to respond to the needs of IDPs.
The African development bank (AFDB) Board approved the Interim Country Strategy Paper (I-CSP)for Eritrea. The I-CSP covers the period 2014-2016 and aims to assist the Government of Eritrea in addressing its binding development challenges in a coordinated and consultative manner.
The strategy focuses on enhancing skills development and technology, in support of inclusiveness and transition to green growth. In addition, the Bank will support the government to build resilience and capacity to deal with, and adapt to a challenging environment to promote inclusive growth and poverty reduction.
It will also scale up advisory services through economic and sector work as well as assist in creating capacity and conditions necessary for the finalization and implementation of the National Development Plan (NDP) as well as preparation of a full-fledged Country Strategy Paper. Sources: AfDB Board approves €15-million loan to finance governance
Photo: AfDB discusses green growth with Eritrean and Sudan leaders.
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