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Strategy for Renewal and Transformation 2011 - 2014/ Stratégie pour le renouveau et la transformation 2011-2014

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Strategy for Renewal and Transformation 2011 - 2014 (PDF)

This Strategy for Renewal and Transformation (SRT 2011—2014) builds on the accumulated wisdom of over three decades of development cooperation with our European partners, with whom the ACP has enjoyed a privileged relationship with going back to the Rome Treaty 1957. The SRT can be regarded as a successor to the Strategic Management Plan that was implemented during 2007—2009. Its focus was mainly on restructuring of the Secretariat and enhancement of our internal business processes. The current plan aims to go further by repositioning the ACP as an actor in the global arena while reinventing the Secretariat as a learning organisation and implementing agency.

 

Stratégie pour le renouveau et la transformation 2011-2014 (PDF)

Cette stratégie pour le renouveau et la transformation (SRT 2011-2014) met à profit les compétences acquises pendant plus de trois décennies de coopération au développement avec nos partenaires européens, avec lesquels le Groupe ACP a entretenu une relation privilégiée depuis le traité de Rome de 1957. La SRT peut être considérée comme succédant au Plan stratégique de gestion mis en œuvre au cours de la période 2007-2009. Elle porte principalement sur la restructuration du Secrétariat et le renforcement de nos modalités de fonctionnement internes. Le plan actuel a pour ambition de redéfinir le rôle du Groupe ACP sur la scène mondiale et la mission du Secrétariat, comme organisation axée sur l’apprentissage et chargée de la mise en œuvre de cette stratégie.

 

 

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