Discussions on Agenda for Economic Recovery at III NEC

The summation and introduction of the sessions at the III National Economic Conference, which began in the city of Sipopo on 22nd April, begins on 24th April under the Director General of INEGE, Ricardo Nsue Ndemesogo, from the Coordination of the Technical Secretariat at the NEC.

In the conference hall, the Director General for the Economy and National Accounts, will present to the participants the Agenda for Economic Recovery (AER) for discussion and deliberation, in accordance with the established programme.

The moderation of the deliberations will be the responsibility of the Deputy Minister for Finance, the Economy and Planning, accompanied by the Secretary of State Charged with the General State Treasury; the Secretary of State for Justice, Worship and Penitentiary Institutions; the Secretary of State Charged with Social Security and the Representative from the United Nations System (UNS).

Following a short break, the Director General of ANGE 2020, Nicolas Fernando Okiri Abaha, will read the summary of the technical conferences.

The final discussions and the proposal for the Equatorial Guinea Post Horizonte 2020 Development Strategy for the blocks of “Eradication of poverty” and “Social Inclusion and Sustainable Peace” will be dealt with by presenters from the “Eradication of poverty” and “Social Inclusion and Sustainable Peace” Committees, moderated by the Minister for Finance, the Economy and Planning, accompanied by the Deputy Minister for Finance, the Economy and Planning; the Vice-Minister for Agriculture, Livestock, Forests and the Environment; the Secretary of State Charged with Primary and Secondary Teaching; the Secretary of State from the Ministry for Justice, Worship and Penitentiary Institutions; the Secretary of State Charged with the General State Treasury, and the UNS Representative.

The conference, sponsored by the Head of State, H. E. Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, aims to examine and debate the challenges of the demographic dividend in relation to the empowerment of youth and women; propose adequate solutions and political orientations that aim to create inclusive economic growth an shared prosperity based on the principles of not leaving anyone behind and reaching those who are lagging first; together with an exchange of opinions on how the Government of Equatorial Guinea and all the pertinent interested parties, including technical and financial partners can participate strategically in the successful implementation of a route map for structural transformation aimed at a diversified inclusive economy.

Source: Equatorial Guinea Press and Information Office

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