The Republic of the Marshall Islands' (RMI) current national development plan, Vision 2018, was prepared in 2001 but has not maintained its relevance given the changing development needs of the RMI. In May 2010, the government recognized the need to prepare a new national development plan. A national development plan working group was established and the Economic Policy, Planning and Statistics Office (EPPSO) was tasked with leading the preparation of a new plan. The plan is expected to be finalized in mid-2012, and the government has requested support from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) to help with its implementation and monitoring.
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