United Nations Population Fund: Proposed Projects and Programmes. Recommended Assistance to the Government of Equatorial Guinea
United Nations Population Fund: Proposed Projects and Programmes. Recommended Assistance to the Government of Equatorial GuineaUnited Nations Population Fund | February 10, 1998
A proposal by the United Nations Population Fund to allocate $2.5 million for 1998-2002 in support of a population program in Equatorial Guinea.
The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) proposes to support a population programme over the period 1998-2002 to assist the Government of Equatorial Guinea in achieving its population and development objectives. UNFPA proposes to fund the programme in the amount of $2.5 million from UNFPA regular resources, to the extent such resources are available. This will be UNFPA's third cycle of assistance to Equatorial Guinea.
The proposed programme was prepared in close collaboration with the Government, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and with other donors active in the population and development fields in Equatorial Guinea. It takes into account the Government's development priorities, the conclusions of a Programme Review and Strategy Development (PRSD) exercise that was finalized in July 1997, the lessons learned from past UNFPA assistance and input from the Fund's United Nations Development Group (UNDG) partners and other international and bilateral donors.
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