Peru Seeks A “Vision Of The Future Country” In 2019’s 2nd Semester


Peru will have a concerted “vision of the future country” in the second half of 2019, after receiving more than 3,500 contributions from various institutions in the 26 regions, said the National Center for Strategic Planning (Ceplan), according to Andina News Agency.

This concerted vision of the future of Peru will guide national strategic planning with a long-term horizon, said the aforementioned media.

“To date, contributions have been collected from more than 3,500 representatives of civil society, state institutions, young people and vulnerable populations, in more than 60 workshops held in the 26 regions of the country,” said the National Director of Ceplan, Jordy Vílchez.

To him, this valuable information will allow a greater knowledge and understanding of the needs, aspirations, concerns and challenges of the population.

The citizen consultation to build this “vision of the future country” is still in development in the national territory.

“As a final result, the country is expected to have a concerted vision of the future for the second half of 2019, which will guide the updating of the National Development Strategic Plan,” said Ceplan.

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