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Review of Djibouti Trade and Development Strategy

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093-13
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Djibouti

The Republic of Djibouti requested the conduct of a mid-term review of its national strategy to develop trade. The validated project envisaged the conduct of a series of tasks, namely, (a) to determine the level of implementation of the SNDC; (b) to measure the impact of the implementation of the SNDC on population, economic operators, the private sector, the informal sector, women and youth; (c) to allow the government and especially the Ministry of Trade to make the necessary adjustments for the proper implementation of the Strategy; (d) receive recommendations on possible adjustments on intervention strategy sectors as well as on methods of implementation; (e) highlight the synergies and convergence with other programs and projects including the programmes funded by the COMESA and the European Union related to regional integration.


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