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Kuwait National Development Plan

The Kuwait National Development Plan sets the nation’s long-term development priorities. It is organized around five themes, or desired outcomes, and seven pillars, or areas of focus for investment and improvement. Each pillar has a number of strategic programs and projects that are designed to have the most impact on achieving the vision of a New Kuwait.  Kuwait National Development Plan Overview >>

 

Measuring Success

Twenty key global indicators, and additional sub-indicators, will track and measure Kuwait’s progress with the plan and its performance compared to other countries. Global indicator rank is out of a percentile of 100, 1 being at top of the rankings and 100 being at the bottom. Kuwait is aiming, in all indicators, for a position within the top 35 percent of countries by 2035.

Enhance Kuwait’s regional and global presence in spheres such as diplomacy, trade, culture and philanthropy.
Global Position
Develop and modernize the national infrastructure to improve the quality of life for all citizens.
Infrastructure
Reform the education system to better prepare youth to become competitive and productive members of the workforce.
Human Capital
Reform administrative and bureaucratic practices to reinforce transparency, accountability, and efficiency in the government.
Public Administration
Improve service quality in the public healthcare system and develop national capabilities at a reasonable cost.
Healthcare
Develop a prosperous and diversified economy to reduce the country’s dependence on oil export revenues.
Economy
Ensure the availability of living accommodation through environmentally sound resources and tactics.
Living Environment