Comprehensive Development Plan for El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and south-southeast Mexico, vol. 2
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The Comprehensive Development Plan aims to create a sustainable development space and generate opportunities to improve the quality of life of the people of El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and south-southeast Mexico, thus making migration a choice rather than an obligation. This is an joined up response by the United Nations system, which seeks to generate synergies and coordinate actions with the countries at the centre and the support of subregional integration institutions.
Foreword .-- 1. Economic development pillar. A. Enabling infrastructure development programme. B. Trade promotion and regional integration programme. C. Productive development programme. D. Territorial development programme. E. Macroeconomics for development programme .-- 2. Social well-being pillar. A. Social and labour inclusion programme. B. Life-skills programme. C. Comprehensive child development programme. D. Lifelong health programme. E. Violence prevention and culture of peace programme .-- 3. Environmental sustainability, climate change and adaptation, and disaster risk reduction pillar. A. Generation of knowledge, data and tools for adaptation to climate change and disaster risks programme. B. Programme for strengthened resilience to prevent disaster-driven displacement. C. Climate change and nature-based solutions programme .-- 4. Pillar for the integral management of the migration cycle. A. Comprehensive national response programme. B. Regional programmes.