Egypt’s Planning Minister Hala el-Saeed unveiled on Sunday the ministry’s update of Egypt Vision 2030 in light of the changes and challenges witnessed over the past few years at local, regional and international levels.
The ministry engaged development partners, representatives of the private sector and civil society, experts and academics in the update process, the minister said in statements on the occasion of posting the new version on the ministry’s portal (www.mped.gov.eg).
The vision identified four guiding principles that represent the main pillars that direct the implementation of the six strategic goals, while utilizing seven enablers that serve as tools to accelerate the achievement of sustainable development in Egypt.
The updated vision also includes a number of strategic indicators with identified numerical targets, for an efficient monitoring and evaluation process in order to regularly improve performance.
In 2016, the Arab Republic of Egypt launched its first version of the National Strategy for Sustainable Development: Egypt Vision 2030, as a cornerstone for a comprehensive developmental process, taking into account the national priorities to outline a roadmap that achieves sustainable development and meets the aspirations of the Egyptian people for a dignified and decent life.