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The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia :, Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper: Growth and Transformation Plan 2010/11-2014/15: Volume I

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The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia :, Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper: Growth and Transformation Plan 2010/11-2014/15: Volume I
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Abstract
This strategic paper discusses Ethiopia’s growth and transformation plan (GTP) for the periods 2010/2011 and 2014/2015. The Ethiopian government’s main development agenda has been poverty eradication. The government has designed, and is implementing, strategies, policies, and plans to guide and manage the overall development of the country accordingly. The GTP envisages that, besides maintaining a fast-growing economy, better results will be realized in all sectors. Implementation of the GTP requires mobilization of financial and human resources, especially for infrastructure development
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non fiction
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The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia :
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IMF Staff Country Reports
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Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper: Growth and Transformation Plan 2010/11-2014/15: Volume I
Table of contents
Cover; Table of Contents; List of Tables; List of Figures; List of Acronyms; FOREWORD; INTRODUCTION; CHAPTER 1. ACHIEVEMENTS AND CHALLENGES UNDER PASDEP; 1.1. Macroeconomic Performance; 1.2. Performance of Economic and Social Sectors; 1.2.1. Agriculture and Rural Development; 1.2.2. Trade and Industry Development; 1.2.3. Mining; 1.2.4. Road Development; 1.2.5. Rail Network, Dry Port and Transport; 1.2.6. Telecommunications; 1.2.7. Energy; 1.2.8. Water and Irrigation Development; 1.2.9. Construction and Urban Development; 1.2.10. Education; 1.2.11. Health; 1.3. Cross Cutting Sectors1.4. Good Governance and Democratization1.5. Challenges and Good Practice in Implementing the PASDEP; 1.5.1. Major Challenges Encountered; 1.5.2. Good Practices Learned; CHAPTER 2. BASIS, OBJECTIVES AND STRATEGIC PILLARS OF THE GTP; 2.1. Basis of Growth and Transformation Plan; 2.2. Objectives of the Plan; 2.3. Strategic Pillars; 2.3.1 Sustaining rapid and equitable economic growth; 2.3.2 Maintaining agriculture as a major source of economic growth; 2.3.3 Creating favourable conditions for industry to play a key role in the economy2.3.4 Enhancing expansion and ensuring quality of infrastructural development2.3.5 Expansion of social development and guaranteeing their quality; 2.3.6 Strengthening good governance and capacity building; 2.3.7 Empowering women and youth and ensuring their benefits; CHAPTER 3. MACROECONOMIC FRAMEWORK OF THE GROWTH AND TRANSFORMATION PLAN; 3.1. Macroeconomic Objectives; 3.2. Macroeconomic Policies and Goals; 3.2.1. Economic Growth, Savings and Investment; 3.2.2. Prospects for Growth, Wellbeing and Poverty; 3.2.3. Fiscal policy; 3.2.4. Monetary Policy, External Sector and Financial System3.3. Selected Macroeconomic and Sectoral TargetsCHAPTER 4. FINANCING THE PLAN; 4.1. Government Revenue; 4.2. Government Expenditure; 4.3. Financing; 4.4. Off Budget Financing of Infrastructure And Industrial Programs; 4.5. the role of the Private Sector and the public; CHAPTER 5. ECONOMIC SECTORS DEVELOPMENT PLAN; 5.1. Agriculture and Rural Development; 5.2. Industry; 5.3. Trade; 5.4. Mining; 5.5 Infrastructure Development; 5.5.1 Roads; 5.5.2 Railway Transport; 5.5.3 Energy; 5.5.4 Telecommunication; 5.5.5 Potable Water Supply and Irrigation Development; 5.5.6 Transport Services5.5.7 Maritime Transport5.5.8 Air Transportation Services; 5.5.9 Urban and Construction Development; CHAPTER 6. SOCIAL SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PLAN; 6.1 Education and Training; 6.2 Health; CHAPTER 7. CAPACITY BUILDING AND GOOD GOVERNANCE; 7.1 Capacity Building; 7.2 Information and Communication Technology Development; 7.3 Justice Sector; 7.4 Democracy and Good Governance; 7.4.1 Strengthening Democratic System; 7.4.2 Good Governance; 7.5 Media Broadcast and Communication; 7.5.1 Media Broadcast; 7.5.2 Government Communication; CHAPTER 8. CROSS CUTTING SECTORS; 8.1 Gender and Children's Affairs8.2 Youth and Sports Development