Namibia Vision 2030

In 2004, Namibia adopted Vision 2030 , a document that clearly spells out the country's development programmes and strategies to achieve its national objectives. Vision 2030 focuses on eight themes to realise the country's long term vision. These are:

  • Inequality and Social Welfare;
  • Human Resources Development and Institutional Capacity Building;
  • Macro-economic issues;
  • Population, Health and Development;
  • Namibia's Natural Resources Sector;
  • Knowledge, Information and Technology; and
  • Factors of the External Environment.

In the Vision 2030 document, President Sam Nujoma stated that the national vision is a perception of the future. The goal of the Vision is to improve the quality of life of the people of Namibia to the level of their counterparts in the developed world, by 2030.

Categories
Policies & Plans
Year
Thursday, January 1, 2004 (All day)
Publisher
Office of the President National Planning Commission
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