1. Djibouti's National Initiative for Social Development
(Initiative Nationale pour le Developpement Social-INDS) provides a
comprehensive vision for economic growth and poverty reduction. The
strategy was completed in January 2008, one year after the launch
of the initatitive, and covers the period of 2008-11. The INDS
document includes an assessment of the previous poverty reduction
strategy (PRS-I), and outlines the second PRS. It maintains the
thrust of the PRS-I, which was presented to the IMF and World Bank
Executive Boards in May 2004. Similarly to the PRS-I, the INDS is
based on four pillars, with added emphasis on spatial planning and
environmental preservation: (a) accelerating growth while
maintaining macroeconomic stability; (b) achieving universal access
to basic services and development of human capital; (c) promoting a
harmonious and balanced local development that preserves the
environment; (d) and improving governance and capacity building."
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