The Government of Cape Verde in partnership with ONE UN organized in Praia , at 9:10 of June 2015, a High – Level Conference on ” Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs ) ” wanted to share the experiences of Goals of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs ).
In april 2010 was presented the Evaluation of Tourism Sector , Fisheries and Agriculture of Cape Verde . The purpose of this assessment growth and competitiveness of tourism sectors , fishing and agriculture and request the private sector inputs on how to overcome such constraints .
In June 2012 approved the ” Bunkering Market Analysis in Porto Grande ” , whose main objective is the formulation of a development plan of Bunkering platform in Cape Verde .
The document is based on discussions and recommendations of the International Symposium on Renewable Energy and Economic Competitiveness , organized in May 2010 by the School of Business and Governance ( ENG) of UniCV and the Centre for Policies Strategic (CPE ) , from 17 to May 21, 2010 , in the cities of Praia and Mindelo , Cape Verde .
The ” Study of the Cape Verde Tourism Value Chain ” , approved in December 2010 , aims to analyze provide a broad overview of activities and actors that make up the sector.
The plan allowed an analysis of the sanitation situation at national level , by identifying the potential and main constraints related to the business and propose a set of actions with problems and promotion of aspects taken as positive for the sake of the country’s development
The study aims to the country’s industrial situation from the macroeconomic data and so lay the foundation necessary for the design of an industrial policy.
Study for the reorientation of Education and Training System in Cape Verde from 2015 to 2030. Towards an integrated education and training system:
Overcoming the challenges of quality, employability and social cohesion.
This report was commissioned by the Strategic Policy Center, as part of the preparations for the national transformation Forum – Cape Verde 2030.
Thirty-nine (39) years after its independence, Cape Verde clearly took a huge leap in the quantitative and qualitative development of its infrastructure.