Vision 2030 is a national plan to ”improve the quality of life of the people of Namibia to the level of their counterparts in the developed world by 2030”.
Vision 2030 will transform Namibia into a healthy and food-secure nation, in which all preventable, infectious and parasitic disease (including HIV/AIDS) are under secure control; people enjoy high standards of living, a good quality life and have access to quality education, health and other vital services. All of these aspirations translate into a long life expectancy and sustainable population growth.
In support for the objectives of 2030, capacity building will be pursued by both the private and public sectors, to facilitate the implementation of the Vision. The capacity building process will continue to be promoted by the existence of a suitable, enabling environment in terms of political stability and freedom, a sound legal system, economic resources and opportunities, and social norms which are conducive to sustained development.
As required by this Vision, the country will operate a totally integrated, unified flexible and high quality education and training system that prepares Namibian learners to take advantage of a rapidly changing global environment, including developments in science and technology. Arising from the overall capacity building investments, Namibia will be transformed into a knowledge-based society.
While the principle of sustaining development is the cornerstone on which the strategies for realizing our objectives, the success of Vision rely on improvements in the following areas:
- » Education, science and technology
- » Health and development
- » Sustaining Agriculture
- » Peace and social justice
- » Gender equality
Implementation of TECH/NA! will help meet the goals of Vision 2030.
For more information on Vision 2030, visit our Press page and download the full Vision 2030 document.
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