“… In successfully planning, we plan our success. Our ambition is to rehabilitate the cycle of long-range and medium-term planning – programming – budgeting as well as monitoring and evaluation in order to better manage the process of designing and implementing the national development projects that must be programmed sufficiently in advance and executed in strict accordance with established regulations. To this end, the Government will finalize the long-range study “Guinea Vision 2040,” and will prepare the 2016-2020 Five-Year Plan and the Public Investment Program. The Economic and Social Development Fund will also be made fully operational….” Excerpt from the Prime Minister’s General Policy Statement before the National Assembly, May 5, 2016.
Under the New Deal methodology, a fragile country undergoes four phases to achieve resilience (Phase 5): (i) crisis (Phase 1), (ii) reconstruction (Phase 2), (iii) stabilization (Phase 3), and (iv) transformation (Phase 4).
English acronym PSG.
The comparison between Guinea’s investment rate and that of other medium-income countries provides an idea of the effort to be made by the country in boosting investigating to ensure a fairly high per capita income.
The 1994 Human Development Report recognized seven dimensions of human security: economic, food, health, environmental, personal, community, and political security.
The VMA, adopted in February 2009 at the Summit of African Union Heads of State in Addis Ababa, is the key continental framework for promoting development based on the exploitation of mineral resources and structural transformation on the continent.
HRD = human resources development, and R&D = research and development.
A pillar is a strategic component of the PNDES. It includes the priority domains in which actions will be deployed to achieve the results defined for the Plan. Consistent with the principle of results-based management, each PNDES component and subcomponent (pillar and priority domain) is associated with a hierarchy of objectives, a series of results, and appropriate indicators. In addition, the different PNDES objectives (strategic and intermediate) are defined in a manner consistent with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
As used in the PNDES, the Mining Code comprises two laws, (i) Law L/2011/No. 006/CNT of September 9, 2011, the Mining Code of the Republic of Guinea, and (ii) Law L/2013/No. 053/CNT of April 8, 2013 amending the Mining Code.
UNIDO and UNCTAD, 2011. Fostering industrial development in Africa in the new global environment – Special Report.
Ministry of Postal and Telecommunications Services and the Digital Economy, August 2016.
Documents. 90-90-9-: An ambitious target for treatment to help end the AIDS epidemic. October 8, 2014.
Ministry of the Environment, Waters, and Forests (MEEF), UNDP, Global Environment Facility, 2016. 2016-2025 National Biological Diversity Strategy to achieve the Aichi objectives in Guinea. Final Document.
See document cited above for the exact wording of the SNDB vision. This quotation was “rewritten” for questions of editorial style only without prejudice to its basic content.
UNDP, 2016. Evaluation report, “National Capacities in risk reduction and disaster management in Guinea.”