Budget in Sessions (2006-2007, Trinidad & Tobago): The Role of Infrastructure Development to Mainstream Social Connectedness
The upcoming budget sessions (for 2006-2007) for Trinidad & Tobago, are not only setting the tones about the testing issues that surround matters of fiscal spaces as government strives to address various scenarios about the effectiveness of public expenditures, and the standing of certain public goods (we can think of education, health and/or housing); Moreover as it has become relevant some fiery debates have also ignited the realms of free discussions about the role of infrastructural development as a cohesive apparatus to steer development objectives.
Yes indeed, within those spectrums it’s interesting to take stocks about the fact, that the application of measured infrastructural development strategies can certainly go a long way, as means to tackle sustainable development. How? Well it might be that solutions can be divided through the combination and integration of effective planning mechanisms, where matters of sustainability to advance the reach of social and environmental goals can come together to bind and enhance balanced contributions toward access, mobility and social connectedness. More >>>