Zambia

The 10th EDF Country Strategy Paper provides a framework for EC assistance programmes under the Cotonou Partnership Agreement for the years <year of signature> to 2013. The framework is based on EU/ACP cooperation objectives, such as poverty reduction, sustainable development and the gradual integration of ACP countries into the world economy. It also derives from Zambia’s policy agenda (5th National Development Plan 2006-2010, FNDP), an assessment of the country situation, and the activities of other major cooperating partners in Zambia (Joint Assistance Strategy Zambia, JASZ).

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Vanuatu

The purpose of this Country Strategy Paper (CSP) is to provide a framework for EC co-operation with Vanuatu under the Cotonou Agreement. The framework is based on global objectives of EC-ACP co-operation, Vanuatu’s own development policy, an analysis of the political and economic situation in the country, and an assessment of the past co-operation programmes of the EC and other donors. It concludes with the proposed EC response strategy of the 10th EDF and a National Indicative Programme (NIP).

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Uganda

The 10th EDF Country Strategy Paper (CSP) and National Indicative Programme (NIP) contained in this document outline the framework for EC-Uganda cooperation for the years 2008-2013. The EC response strategy is in line with Uganda’s Poverty Eradication Action Plan (PEAP) and is consistent with the principles and guidelines of the Uganda Joint Assistance Strategy (UJAS).

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Tuvalu

The purpose of this Country Strategy Paper (CSP) is to provide a framework for EC co-operation with Tuvalu under the Cotonou Agreement. The framework is based on global objectives of EC-ACP co-operation, Tuvalu’s own development policy, an analysis of the political and economic situation in the country, and an assessment of the past co-operation programmes of the EC and other donors. It concludes with the proposed EC response strategy of the 10th EDF and an Indicative Programme.

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Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) is a twin island republic with a population of 1.3 million. Most of its citizens can trace their ancestry to Africa and India, with a smaller but significant percentage of them who are descendants of Amerindians, Latin Americans, Chinese, Middle Easterners and Europeans.

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Tonga

The purpose of this Country Strategy Paper (CSP) is to provide a framework for EC co-operation with the Kingdom of Tonga under the Cotonou Agreement. The framework is based on global objectives of EC-ACP co-operation, Tonga’s own development policy, an analysis of the political and economic situation in the country, and an assessment of the past co-operation programmes of the EC and other donors. It concludes with the proposed EC response strategy of the 10th EDF and an Indicative Programme.

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Togo

For some fifteen years the situation in Togo has been marked by a social and political impasse, economic and financial decline, growing poverty, donors' disengagement owing to the lack of democracy, and serious degradation of the environment and natural resources. Over the last two years, however, a clear determination to reverse this trend has emerged.

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Timor-Leste

Timor-Leste ratified the ACP-EC Partnership Cotonou Agreement on 19 December 2005 and benefited from an amount of €18 million for the two years remaining under the 9th European Development Fund (EDF) with the areas of sustained rural development and institutional capacity building. The country is now included in the programming of the 10th EDF and has been allocated an initial amount of € 66 million (including support to PALOP governance based initiatives).

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Tanzania

The period of implementation of the 9th EDF has seen Tanzania and its principal Development Partners take important steps towards the goals of aid effectiveness and donor harmonisation. The Joint Assistance Strategy for Tanzania (JAST, Part 1 of the CSP) is the central pillar of that process and of the commitments which it entails. The Joint Programming Documents (Parts 2 and 3 of the CSP) contain a country analysis and a joint response strategy which will be the basis of the Government of Tanzania’s interactions with the Development Partners in the period to 2010.

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Swaziland

The adoption of the new Constitution marks the preliminary end of a ten year drafting and consultation process and a significant change of Swaziland’s political framework. On 26th July 2005 the King signed Swaziland’s Constitution, which entered into force on 8 February 2006. The Constitution tries to reconcile requirements of modern law with traditional Swazi law and customs and is therefore inevitably open to differing interpretation in important sections.

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