The National Sustainable Development Plan 2035 should be rolled out during the last quarter of 2019.
That’s according to Dr. Kari Grenade, chair of the technical working group speaking to GBN on the recently concluded public consultations.
Boasting robust discussions on varying sectorial issues, Chair of the technical working group for the National Sustainable Development Plan 2035, Dr. Kari Grenade, highlights that the four the prominent issues took precedence throughout the nine public consultations are Land Use Policies, Physical Planning, Agriculture and Value Added Production and Health Care and Education.
More discussions will follow the public consultations which ended last month and would now include focus groups such as the public sector, civil society, community development organizations among others during the next two months.
The Chair of the technical working group impresses that the plan is genuinely and authentically Grenadian and following the consultations the collected views dating back to 2017 will be assembled and formulated to form the first draft.
While Dr. Grenade says she was broadly satisfied with the participation, she praises the quality of the discourse as well as the passion of Grenadians who identified the issues and challenges faced and made strong recommendations.
Dr. Grenade says they are progressing on schedule and the final version of the plan should be released by November 2019.