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In ensuring the continuity of policies, projects, and programs, development plans have to be anchored to a long-term view of what we want, and where we want the country and the economy to be in the foreseeable future. Hence, the National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) started developing the Long-Term Vision project in early 2015. This project is envisioned to be a basis of unity among Filipinos where we generally want the Philippines to be by 2040, and serve as a guide in development planning across administrations.

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Producing the AmBisyon Natin 2040 outputs involved conducting series of nationwide consultations, writing of evidence-based thematic papers, and quantitative projections, among others. We want this project to come up with the reflections of the Filipino people’s sentiments and vision for themselves and for the country, supported by evidence and considering current realities. It has several components, including: national consultations, thematic papers, projection modeling, and the communication campaign

Nationwide consultations through focus group discussions (FGDs) and national survey

A total of 42 FGDs were conducted nationwide in June to August 2015, which were participated by representatives from various sectors, such as: youth... read more..

Thematic studies on key areas of development

As important as it is for this project to yield a comprehensive vision of the Filipino people, it is equally valuable to discover the means towards realizing these aspirations. Hence, NEDA partnered with the Asian Development ... read more...

Development of an integrated long-term model for sustainable development

This project also involves a capacity building for the development of an integrated long-term model for sustainable development using the Threshold 21... read more...

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