By 2030, Qatar aims to be an advanced society capable of sustaining its development and providing a high standard of living for all of its people. Qatar’s National Vision defines the long-term outcomes for the country and provides a framework within which national strategies and implementation plans can be developed. The National Vision addresses 5 major challenges facing Qatar

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  • Modernization and preservation of traditions
  • Needs of this generation and the needs of future generations
  • Managed growth and uncontrolled expansion
  • Size and the quality of the expatriate labor force and the selected path of development
  • Economic growth, social development and environmental management

The National Vision foresees development through four interconnected pillars:

  • Human Development: development of its entire people to enable them to sustain a prosperous society.
  • Social Development: development of a just and caring society based on high moral standards, and capable of playing a significant role in global partnerships for development.
  • Economic Development: development of a competitive and diversified economy capable of meeting the needs of, and securing a high standard of living for, its entire people both for the present and for the future.
  • Environmental Development: management of the environment such that there is harmony between economic growth, social development and environmental protection.

Qatar National Vision 2030 was approved by Emiri Decision (44) for the year 2008.