Online dialogue for Zimbabwe's Transitional Stabilisation Programme

By Staff reporter | 07 Jul 2019 at 23:35hrs
Introduced by the Government of Zimbabwe in October 2018, the TSP, seeks to stimulate economic growth and stabilise the macroeconomic situation in the country.

The Programme outlines policies and projects that will guide Zimbabwe's socio-economic interventions and initiate policy reforms to position the country toward a middle-income economy by 2030.

Collaboration between government, citizens, the private sector, civic organisations and all Zimbabweans on the TSP is important.

This online dialogue - 3 June to 19 July 2019, is an opportunity to nurture a shared understanding among citizens and stakeholders on the policy reforms and project responses in the TSP.

Insights from the consultation will help to ensure an enhanced understanding of the TSP among fellow citizens; contribute input into future development plans and expand the scope for engagement and accountability among stakeholders on the planning, monitoring and implementation of the TSP.

The consultation is segmented into four discussion threads:

Discussion 1: Reforms and Policy Responses;

Discussion 2: Relevance -Today and Tomorrow;

Discussion 3: Implementation and Monitoring;

and Discussion 4: Transparency and Accountability.

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