Informe anual UNICEF Guinea Ecuatorial 2017

Informe anual UNICEF Guinea Ecuatorial 2017

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Equatorial Guinea Country Programme (CP) 2013–2018 is aligned with the current United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) and the National Plan for Economic and Social Development, Horizonte 2020; it was extended one year to allow a better harmonization with the next UNDAF and the 2030 Agenda.

Equatorial Guinea continues to be heavily dependent on an oil-economy, which accounts for 60 per cent of the GDP and 80 per cent of fiscal revenue. With the decline of oil prices, the GDP has averaged negative growth from 2010–2015 with a contraction of 7.4 per cent in 2015 (IMF, 2016). The Government of Equatorial Guinea has prioritized economic and infrastructural development (57 per cent of total investment compared to 14 per cent for social sectors). The country is ranked 135 in the latest Human Development Report (UNDP, 2017); the number of people living in poverty declined from 77 per cent to 44 per cent between 2006 and 2011 (DHS, 2011). Under-five mortality was estimated at 113/1000 (DHS, 2011) and more recently at 91/1000 (IGME, 2016).

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