Progress Reports

Update on Jamaica’s Development Results Under Vision 2030 Jamaica – National Development Plan Summary Report on Performance 2009/10 – 2016/17
Published Date:02/01/2018
The overall progress of implementation of Vision 2030 Jamaica – National Development Plan under successive MTFs (2009-2012, 2012-2015 and 2015-2018) has been mixed. A summary of the progress made under the framework of national outcome indicators and targets for the Vision 2030 Jamaica - National Development Plan indicates that of a total of 67 indicators, 67.2 per cent have shown improvement over the baseline year 2007 based on results to 2016/17, while 31.3 per cent showed no improvement or worsened relative to the baseline year of 2007. This can be further broken down as follows: • 28.4 per cent of the Vision 2030 Jamaica targets were met or exceeded in 2016/17. This compares to 25.4 per cent over the 2015/16 period • 38.8 per cent of indicators showed some improvement over the baseline year 2007 same as the 2015/16 period • 31.3 per cent of indicators showed no improvement or worsened compared to 34.3 per cent over 2015/16 • One (1) indicator each for 2015/16 and 2016/17 could not be compared in this way due to lack of agreed targets for the relevant period
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MEDIUM TERM SOCIO-ECONOMIC POLICY FRAMEWORK 2012-2015 2 YEAR PROGRESS REPORT FY 2012/13 – 2013/14
Published Date:06/07/2015
The Vision 2030 Jamaica 2-Year Progress Report highlights the main findings of the progress of implementation of the Medium Term Socio-Economic Policy Framework (MTF) 2012-2015 over the period FY2012/2013 - FY 2013/2014. The period covered by the 2-Year Progress Report for MTF 2012-2015 also represents the fourth and fifth years of implementation of Vision 2030 Jamaica – National Development Plan which was tabled in Parliament in May 2009. The 2-Year Progress Report for MTF 2012-2015 also follows the comprehensive 3-Year Progress Report on the first three years of implementation of Vision 2030 Jamaica from FY2009/2010 - FY 2011/2012.
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Vision 2030 Jamaica Progress Report 2009–2012
Published Date:23/10/2014
The Vision 2030 Jamaica Progress Report 2009–2012 highlights the main findings of the progress of implementation of the first three years, FY2009/2010 - FY 2011/2012, of the Vision 2030 Jamaica – National Development Plan and the Medium Term Socio-Economic Policy Framework (MTF) 2009-2012. Both documents were tabled in Parliament on May 5, 2009 during the 2009/2010 Budget Debate.
 
Update on Jamaica’s Development Results Under Vision 2030 Jamaica – National Development Plan: Summary Report on Performance 2009/10 – 2015/16
Published Date:January 31, 2017
A summary of the progress made under the framework of national outcome indicators and targets for the Vision 2030 Jamaica - National Development Plan indicates that of a total of 67 indicators, 64.2 per cent have shown improvement over the baseline year 2007 based on results to 2015/16, while 34.3 per cent showed no improvement or worsened relative to the baseline year of 2007.
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ASSESSING JAMAICA’S PERFORMANCE UNDER VISION 2030 JAMAICA – 2009/10 – 2015/16 - DASHBOARD OF PERFORMANCE
Published Date:25/10/2016
The overall progress of implementation of Vision 2030 Jamaica – National Development Plan under successive MTFs (2009-2012, 2012-2015 and 2015-2018) has been mixed. A summary of the progress made under the framework of national outcome indicators and targets for the Vision 2030 Jamaica - National Development Plan indicates that of a total of 67 indicators, 62.7 per cent have shown improvement over the baseline year 2007 based on results to 2015, while 34.3 per cent showed no improvement or worsened relative to the baseline year of 2007.
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Quarterly Press Briefing April to September 2013 Vision 2030 Jamaica Report
Published Date:16/12/2013
Under the Vision 2030 Jamaica - National Development Plan framework, we are reporting on key indicators of national well-being for this quarterly press briefing under two main reporting areas—Education Status and Security Status—which show mixed results.
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Quarterly Press Briefing April to June 2013 Vision 2030 Jamaica Report
Published Date:09/03/2013
Under the Vision 2030 Jamaica - National Development Plan framework, we are reporting on key indicators of national well-being for this quarterly press briefing under two main reporting areas—Labour Force Quality and Security Status—which both show continued progress. With this report, we also mark three years since the introduction of the National Dashboard of Indicators in August 2010.
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Quarterly Press Briefing January to March 2013 Vision 2030 Jamaica Report
Published Date:28/6/2013
Under the Vision 2030 Jamaica - National Development Plan framework, we are reporting comprehensively on key indicators of national well-being for this quarterly press briefing under six main reporting areas—Health Status, Education Status, Labour Force Quality, Security Status, Justice Status and Economic Growth. An overview of performance shows progress in five of the six areas, and a decline in one indicator for Education Status.
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Quarterly Press Briefing January to March 2012 Vision 2030 Jamaica Report
Published Date:13/07/2012
Under the Vision 2030 Jamaica - National Development Plan framework, we are reporting comprehensively on key indicators of national well-being for this quarterly press briefing under six main reporting areas—Education Status, Labour Force Quality, Security Status, Justice Status, Economic Growth and Environmental Stewardship Status. An overview of performance shows little change in three of the six areas, with significant progress in two areas – Security and Economic Growth – and a decline in the indicator for Justice Status.
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Quarterly Press Briefing October to December 2011 - Report on National Dashboard of Indicators
Published Date:28/03/2012
Under the Vision 2030 Jamaica - National Development Plan framework, key indicators of national well-being were examined for this quarterly (October - December 2011)press briefing under three main reporting areas—Health Status, Education Status and Labour Force Quality.
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