• Apr 11, 2013

    The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) with the support of the Spanish Agency for Cooperation and Development (SAICD) considered relevant to conduct a study to assess the current the state of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Angola.

  • Jul 24, 2013

    In Angola, after the 2002 war some businesses, hitherto unusual in Angolan society began to emerge. These businesses, some developed by nationals and other foreign, including Chinese, West African and other ethnic groups, have taken over the whole country, with prevalence in suburban areas. The experience of these people, allowed that Angolan awaken an ancient lethargy and also began to undertake.

  • Sep 15, 2005

    The Government of Angola, with a view to rapid and sustained poverty reduction, presents in this document its Poverty Reduction Strategy (ECP). This strategy defines a context of peace and following the objectives and priorities set out in the Government programs that advocate the need to promote a comprehensive and sustainable economic and social development.

  • Oct 16, 2002

    In the past decade, Angola has experienced some of the worst moments of its recent history, with two periods of war that affected the civil population more directly than ever before. The performance of the social sectors was seriously debilitated, in large measure due to the low level of public funding allocated to these services in the last few years.

  • Jul 24, 2013

    In Angola, after the 2002 war some businesses, hitherto unusual in Angolan society began to emerge. These businesses, some developed by nationals and other foreign, including Chinese, West African and other ethnic groups, have taken over the whole country, with prevalence in suburban areas. The experience of these people, allowed that Angolan awaken an ancient lethargy and also began to undertake.

  • Sep 15, 2005

    The Government of Angola, with a view to rapid and sustained poverty reduction, presents in this document its Poverty Reduction Strategy (ECP). This strategy defines a context of peace and following the objectives and priorities set out in the Government programs that advocate the need to promote a comprehensive and sustainable economic and social development.

  • Apr 11, 2013

    The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) with the support of the Spanish Agency for Cooperation and Development (SAICD) considered relevant to conduct a study to assess the current the state of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Angola.

  • Oct 27, 2005

    Now that the conflict is over in Angola, the search for the consolidation of peace and the reentry of the country on the path of sustainable development are the next great challenges in order to improve the wellbeing of all Angolans. The present report advocates that adjusted and integrated initiatives will contribute most efficiently to the consolidation of peace and reconstruction of the country. It is fundamental that the Angolan society reorganizes itself to be able to make available the instruments and opportunities so that all Angolans can live a life they choose and value.

  • May 25, 2005

    This report is intended to provide information about the main economic achievements in the country since the milestone year of 2002, which saw the end of the prolonged Angolan conflict. It draws attention to differences between wartime economics and performance during the transition period from war to peace and development.

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  • Apr 11, 2013

    The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) with the support of the Spanish Agency for Cooperation and Development (SAICD) considered relevant to conduct a study to assess the current the state of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Angola.

  • Jul 24, 2013

    In Angola, after the 2002 war some businesses, hitherto unusual in Angolan society began to emerge. These businesses, some developed by nationals and other foreign, including Chinese, West African and other ethnic groups, have taken over the whole country, with prevalence in suburban areas. The experience of these people, allowed that Angolan awaken an ancient lethargy and also began to undertake.

  • Sep 15, 2005

    The Government of Angola, with a view to rapid and sustained poverty reduction, presents in this document its Poverty Reduction Strategy (ECP). This strategy defines a context of peace and following the objectives and priorities set out in the Government programs that advocate the need to promote a comprehensive and sustainable economic and social development.

  • Oct 16, 2002

    In the past decade, Angola has experienced some of the worst moments of its recent history, with two periods of war that affected the civil population more directly than ever before. The performance of the social sectors was seriously debilitated, in large measure due to the low level of public funding allocated to these services in the last few years.

  • Jul 24, 2013

    In Angola, after the 2002 war some businesses, hitherto unusual in Angolan society began to emerge. These businesses, some developed by nationals and other foreign, including Chinese, West African and other ethnic groups, have taken over the whole country, with prevalence in suburban areas. The experience of these people, allowed that Angolan awaken an ancient lethargy and also began to undertake.