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Welcome to the website of the Somali Reconstruction & Development Programme (RDP). The RDP is a national plan that lays out, in a prioritized, sequenced manner, Somalia's 5 year key national recovery, reconstruction and development priorities, priority actions, outcomes and their financial implications.The RDP is coordinated jointly by the UN&WB supported by donors and undertaken jointly with Somali Authorities.
The RDP was developed through a 'post-conflict' needs assessment process called the Somali Joint Needs Assessment (JNA) which was carried out in 2005-7 and involved a national assessment of rehabilitation and transitional recovery needs.
The RDP higlights three key national recovery priorities:
I. Peace, Security and Good Governance
II. Basic Services and Social Protection
III. Private Sector led growth to expand employment and reduce poverty
The cost of the implemenation of the RDP is USD$2.2 billion over five years (costed in 2007). Partial implementation of the RDP began in January 2008.
This site contains 400+ key reconstruction and development documents on Somalia and is primarily intended as a one stop resource cente for all practitioners working or interested in working in Somalia.
To access more information click on the links below:
To understand more on the Somali Joint Needs Assement and related documents, click on the JNA tab.
To see the RDP reports please click the link on the left entitled Somali Reconstruction & Development Programme.
To see some quick statistics on Somalia, click on 'Somalia at a Glance' tab.
To see reports and summaries of meetings relating to the RDP, click on the Meeting Summaries, Updates and Outputs link.
To see over 400 reports on Somalia, click on Resource Centre.
To see frequently asked questions, click on the FAQ tab.
Disclaimer: This website is intended specifically for information sharing throughout the development of the Joint Needs Assessment (JNA). The information in the site is managed by the JNA Coordination Secretariat composed of representatives from UN and WB. Information shared on this website does not imply official endorsement/acceptance by these organizations nor are they responsible for the content of any of the external documentations and/or links featured on this website.
This publication has been produced with the assistance of the European Union. The content of this publication is the sole responsibility of Somali JNA and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union.