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  • Getting Zimbabwe working again: Zimbabwean government 100 day plan
    Government of Zimbabwe
    April 28, 2009

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    The 100 Day Plan represents the practical implementation of the Government's commitment to the people of Zimbabwe as outlined in the Global Political Agreement and the Short Term Emergency Recovery Programme (STERP).

    To increase cooperation, communication and the effeciency of implementation, all the Ministries have been grouped into sector-specific clusters.

    There are five clusters, namely Economic, Social, Infrastructure, Rights and Interest and Security.

    Each of the clusters is headed by a lead Ministry and during the Ministerial Retreat in Victoria Falls, each of the clusters produced 5-6 Key Result Areas (KRA's).

    These KRA's then formed the basis upon which the individual Ministries developed their own ministerial KRA's and targets which they have committed to achieving and implementing over the next 100 Days.

    This document contains the KRA's by Cluster and by the Ministry and the Ministerial targets to be met in the next 100 Days.

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