An Industrial Country Diagnostics is a preparatory study that sets the strategic foundations of the Programme for Country Partnership (PCP) or more generally, of technical cooperation interventions in countries. It has three main objectives: 1) to narrow down the field of action by identifying priority thematic areas, industrial sectors and bottlenecks to business (challenges); 2) to embed potential future operations in the context of the country’s industrial strategy and policy documents; and 3) to set a baseline for intervention.
Diagnostic for PCP Egypt
The government of Egypt and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) seek to help Egypt promote Inclusive and Sustainable Industrial Development (ISID) and part of the UNIDO Programme for Country Partnership (PCP).
Diagnostic for PCP Côte d’Ivoire
Since 2011 Côte d’Ivoire has been eager to boost its manufacturing sector with the hope of becoming an emerging economy and economic as well as industrial powerhouse of the region. This is evident from the focus on structural transformation in the National Development Plan (NDP) 2016-2020, and is reinforced in the upcoming NDP 2021-2025.
Diagnostic for PCP Rwanda
The present diagnostic study aims to explore Rwanda’s challenges and opportunities on the path to industrial development. The study’s objective is to provide the PCP programming team and stakeholders with comprehensive yet succinct inputs to successfully design and implement the PCP Rwanda
Diagnostic for PCP Kyrgyzstan
The Kyrgyz Republic has experienced equitable growth for the last 10 years, being one of the most equal countries in the group of lower-middle income countries. After a massive and prolonged recession since independence, the country finally regained its 1991 GDP level in 2011 and has been following a path of a steady growth, recently moving from a low to lower middle income group.
Diagnostic for PCP Zambia
Zambia’s ambition is to transition from being a lower middle-income (LMI) country to an industrialized middle-income nation by 2030. UNIDO and the Government of Zambia are collaborating to design a PCP program in which projects aiming at boosting inclusive and sustainable industrial development in the country will be identified and designed.
Diagnostic for Guinea
This industrial diagnostic is meant to provide an analytical foundation to inform the development of a New Industrial Policy for Guinea. It provides a snapshot of the country´s past and current industrial performance and capacities.
Diagnostic for Sudan
The aim of this report is to analyse the performance of Sudan’s industrial sector over the past years. Specifically, the report sheds light on the development potentials of and obstacles for industries in Sudan and proposes recommendations for further action.