In 2005 the EU began far-reaching reform of its sugar sector resulting in a cut of 36% over four years (2006-2010) on the guaranteed price for raw sugar, which is the main variety exported by Caribbean countries. In anticipation of the impending cuts the Government of St. Kitts and Nevis took the decision to stop sugar production in 2005 after centuries of sugar production.
In order to combat the desertification in Egypt, the Ministry of Agriculture and Land Reclamation together with the Desert Research Center have drafted this sectoral National Action Program (NAP), to be implemented in 5 years, as specified presenting the single projects.
Confronté à des difficultés d’ordre technique, institutionnel, politique et juridique, socio-économique et environnemental dans le secteur de l’élevage, le Burkina Faso a élaboré la Politique Nationale de Développement durable de l’Elevage(PNDEL) pour la période 2010-2025, à travers une approche participative et inclusive.
Given the provision of the Medium Term Plan (MTP 2011-2015), the ZAIP recognizes that the Zimbabwean agricultural sector has undergone massive changes in the farm size leading to increased number of farmers and relatively smaller sizes of farms.The overall goal of ZAIP is to facilitate sustainable increase in production, productivity and competitiveness of Zimbabwean agriculture through buildin
The Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) is a multi-sectoral national strategic document of the Republic of Armenia covering the period from 2003 to 2015. Its main objective is ensuring sustainable and high economic growth and the implementation of efficient social protection policies.The PRSP among others is concerned with agricultural development.
The Third Generation Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper is a cross-sectoral national strategic document of Sierra Leone in force during 2013-2018.
The Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy (EDPRS) is a five year strategy designed to accelerate the progress already achieved and to shape the country’s development in the future. The document has a multi-sectoral approach and a national coverage, relating to the period from 2013 to 2018.