Despite offering a more realistic macroeconomic outlook than the I-Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP), the baseline scenario under the full Poverty Reduction and Growth Strategy Paper (PRGSP) is overly optimistic. The authorities estimate the cost of the five-year strategy at US$1.4 billion, nearly all to be funded with assistance from donors. The PRGSP rightly notes the adverse impact of real exchange rate appreciation on external viability. The PRGSP identifies three main sectors-agriculture, fisheries, and tourism-that have the potential to generate sustained economic growth. Comoros's development goals and reform agenda under the full PRGSP are ambitious.