Planning techniques in Zambia

Introduction – The evolution of planning techniques in Zambia – The formulation of the Second National Development Plan – Planning objectives – Policy instruments to achieve SNDP targets – The role of the Development Planning Division in plan implementation Plan experience and problems of implementation – Concluding remarks – Planning techniques for Third National Development Plan. Post script: A landmark in the history of planning organization in Zambia was reached when on 1 December 1975 the status of planning was further enhanced by the creation of fully fledged Ministry of Development Planning under an independent Cabinet Minister. Simultaneously, a new Ministry of Economic and Technical Co-operation was also created in the Office of the Prime Minister to which reponsibility for co-ordinating technical assistance programmes was transferred from the former Development Planning Division. Bibl. Notes.

Title: Planning techniques in Zambia
Author: Nkowani, Windsor K.
Year: 1976
Periodical: Economic Bulletin for Africa – ECA
Volume: 12
Issue: 1
Pages: 67-92
Language: English
Geographic term: Zambia
Subject: national plans
Abstract: Introduction – The evolution of planning techniques in Zambia – The formulation of the Second National Development Plan – Planning objectives – Policy instruments to achieve SNDP targets – The role of the Development Planning Division in plan implementation Plan experience and problems of implementation – Concluding remarks – Planning techniques for Third National Development Plan. Post script: A landmark in the history of planning organization in Zambia was reached when on 1 December 1975 the status of planning was further enhanced by the creation of fully fledged Ministry of Development Planning under an independent Cabinet Minister. Simultaneously, a new Ministry of Economic and Technical Co-operation was also created in the Office of the Prime Minister to which reponsibility for co-ordinating technical assistance programmes was transferred from the former Development Planning Division. Bibl. Notes.