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Wednesday, February 28, 2007 

Trinidad & Tobago: Vision 2020 (and its operational plan)
I’m just a bit late on that one.... Nonetheless, it’s still a piece of news with great resonance, as it carries out the roll-out of Vision 2020 for Trinidad & Tobago.
And in case that some of you out there, don’t already know, this is the blue-print of the T&T government to carry the country toward a developed nation status by 2010.

And responding to the main development challenges that surround us, this plan calls for all segments of civil society to work and create coalitions for change to build the institutional capacity and policies needed to address poverty reduction, education, health, gender equality, HIV/AIDs among others.

So, enough rambling from my side, have a look at the launch of the Operational Plan 2007-2010. More >>>

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