PART 2: Reconstruction, Temporary Derailment, Renewed Commitment and Progress
In Part 1, Eritrea’s policy foundations and evolution of policy formulation were summarized. In the following part, progress toward sustainable development is presented.
1993-1998: Peacetime Growth with Macroeconomic Stability
Immediately following independence in 1993, the formidable tasks of reconstruction, rehabilitation and the building of foundations for sustainable socio-economic development commenced in earnest. Among the most important were the establishment of public institutions and civil service, the creation of a legal and administrative environment that is conducive to sustainable development, and building capacity in a down-sized and lean public sector. Continue reading Eritrea’s Development Policy, Achievements of the Last 25 Years, Challenges and Prospects (II)