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BIODIVERSITY AND TROPICAL FORESTRY ASSESSMENT OF THE USAID/JAMAICA BILATERAL AND CARIBBEAN REGIONAL PROGRAMS

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Contributors: Thomas M. Catterson, Lloyd Gardner, Megan Huth
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The New Strategy for the USAID/Jamaica Bilateral Program USAID/Jamaica believes that the activities and investments under the current Strategic Plan provide a solid foundation on which to continue USAID assistance to the country. “The new strategy will involve adjustments that are more in the nature of course corrections, next steps and some reconfiguration of ongoing activities, rather than major changes in direction” (USAID 2002). The “Ideas Paper” presented in December 2002 and largely endorsed by USAID/Washington proposes focusing on five areas of strategic intervention: • Competitive environment for the private sector • Natural assets and rural livelihoods • Healthy and productive lifestyles • Better-educated population • Legal and political reform. SECTION 118/119 BIOFOR IQC No. LAG-I-00-99-00014-00, Task Order #819 Prepared in 2003.

Author(s): Thomas M. Catterson , Lloyd Gardner , Megan Huth

Publication Date: 2003

Location: Carribbean

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