2.4.3. Core area III: Promote inclusive, sustainable economic development
1. Support for growth-generating sectors
1. Ensuring food security: The food security policy includes (i) an offensive aspect that consists of increasing as much as possible the production of strategic foods, such as rice, cassava, maize, and “bacil” maize; and (ii) a defensive aspect, which is to acquire a certain resilience to shocks (climatic, economic), by means of rapid post-disaster response;
6. Environmental management and protection
ix) modernize economic activities, in particular by intensifying agriculture for food security through sustainable natural resources development;
2.4.4. Core area IV: Raise the level of human capital development
2. Develop the health sector and upgrade the quality of services
The main interventions identified are: i) develop infrastructure; ii) hire, train and assign personnel; iii) meet other requirements for managing the health system (cost management, M&E, etc.); iv) provide health care to children (primary, hospital care and immunization) and mothers (family planning and antenatal and postnatal care); v) control malaria (distribute ITNs and use IPT for pregnant mothers); and vi) control HIV/AIDS (youth awareness, complete PMTCT services for pregnant women, full screening services and the cost of ARV treatment).
4. Improve access to water and sanitation services
5. Improve and expand social protection
ix) improve nutrition assistance for children.