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Qatar National Vision 2030

Qatar National Vision 2030

What is Qatar National Vision 2030?

In 2008, King of Qatar approved the Qatar National Vision 2030 in decision No.44. It’s main aim is to transform Qatar as developed country and getting sustainable growth and guarantying high standard for living for present generation as well as future”.

In this Global situation every country whether it is India, Japan, China, or the USA, everyone determined to set its goals to contribute to ‘Sustainable Development Goals 2030’. Every country has set its vision towards 2030. So that Qatar. Qatar also set its National Vision 2030 to contribute to sustainable development. In this article, we are going to learn about Qatar Vision 2030. Read the whole article so that you don’t miss anything.

What does Qatar National Vision 2030 address?

The National Vision addresses five major challenges:

  • Modernisation and preservation of traditions
  • The needs of the current generation and of future generations
  • Managed growth and uncontrolled expansion
  • The size and quality of the expatriate labour force and the selected path of development
  • Economic growth, social development, and environmental management

Qatar’s National Vision aims to make Qatar an advanced society capable of sustaining its development and providing a high standard of living to its citizens by 2030. Qatar’s National Vision identifies the long-term goals for the country and provides a framework for the formulation of national strategies and implementation plans.

The pillars of Qatar National Vision 2030

Qatar National Vision 2030 forces development through these four pillars:

1. Human Development

Human development aims to achieve development of the people   by providing them with world class education, best of healthcare system that can provide both physically and mental health, and a motivated workforce which can develop and safeguard the labours.

2. Social Development

Social development aims to create a fair society that not only participate in maintaining moral and religious values but also focus on developing an active civil society, social institutions and also play a major role in international community and cooperation.

3. Economic Development

Economic development aims to develop such a world class economy for Qatar that secures high standard of living for people and future generations. In order to achieve this, there’s need for economic management, economic diversification and responsible exploitation of oil gas.

4. Environment Development

Environmental development aims to create a balance between the developmental needs and environmental protection. To create an aware population, legal systems and environment institutions that values the preservation of environment and balance the process of development with this.

The Qatar National Vision 2039 is a great step for 360-degree growth and development of Qatar. This roadmap guides the Qatar to transform its all major sector towards a better and developed future.

The National Vision of Qatar addresses five major challenges:

Modernization & preservation of traditions

Maintaining cultural traditions has become a major challenge for many societies as the world becomes more globalized and interconnected.

Due to economic and population growth, Qatar has faced tensions between the old and the new in almost every aspect of its life. There are times when modern work patterns and competitive pressures clash with traditional relationships based on trust and personal ties and create strains on family life.

Future generations’ needs and the current generation’s

The needs of this generation will be met by Qatar without compromising the needs of future generations.

The notion of sustainable development refers to a process that meets the needs of the present generation without compromising their ability to meet their own needs in the future. This is often referred to as ‘intergenerational justice’. The rights of future generations would be threatened if non-renewable resources were not replaced by renewable sources of wealth.

Managed growth and uncontrolled expansion

Qatar wants to close the gap quickly, but there are speed limits.

The economic activities of Qatar are booming at the moment. Nevertheless, this growth could drain the country’s resources, overstress its economy, and cause it to lose focus on its targeted objectives. In overheating and imbalanced economic conditions, price rises can cause financial vulnerabilities; deterioration in public services; low and stagnant labor productivity; degradation of project quality; and widening of social cleavages and tensions.

The size and quality of expatriate labor forces, along with the chosen development path

Qatar’s leaders and people must choose a development path that is compatible with the targeted size and quality of expatriates.

Currently, Qatar is experiencing high rates of population growth, mainly due to massive urban development, large-scale investment projects, and rising government spending. As a result of these factors, the proportion of ex-pats in the labor force has risen dramatically, and the immigration of unskilled workers has increased sharply and unanticipated

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