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St. LUCIA · Five Year Strategic Management and Action Plan for the Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Forestry and Fisheries · 2009.

oiko foto santaluciaThe main objective of the project was to assist the decision-makers in St. Lucia to formulate and implement a national agricultural policy and strategy.

The purpose of this mission was to prepare a comprehensive Management Strategy and Action Plan for the Ministry of Agriculture, Lands, Forestry and Fisheries of St. Lucia.

The specific results/outcomes achieved were:

  • A comprehensive, practical and implemental Strategic and Action Plan (comprehensive cost) developed for the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, detailing the interventions that should be undertaken to accomplish the objectives outlined, using current available resources.

  • Recommendations to the Ministry of the necessary arrangements and systems required for the implementation of the Strategic Plan.
  • Recommendations as to an overall marketing strategy with emphasis on the strategic requirements for defending market share in core existing markets and gaining market share in expanding markets with particular emphasis on non-traditional agricultural produce, value-added products, organic agriculture and agro-tourism.

 

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