During the reign of His Highness Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, the Father Amir, may God protect him, Qatar National Vision 2030 has been launched to serve as a clear roadmap for Qatar’s future. It aims to propel Qatar forward by balancing the accomplishments that achieve economic growth with the human and natural resources. This vision constitutes a beacon that guides economic, social, human and environmental development of the country in the coming decades, so that it is inclusive and helpful for the citizens and residents of Qatar in various aspects of their lives.
The aim of vision
The National Vision aims at transforming Qatar into an advanced country by 2030, capable of sustaining its own development and providing for a high standard of living
for all of its people for generations to come.
Pillars of Qatar National Vision 2030
Human Development: Development of all its people to enable them to sustain a prosperous society.
Economic Development: Development of a competitive and diversified economy capable of meeting the needs of, and securing a high standard of living for, all its people both for the present and for the future.
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.
Environmental Development: Management of the environment such that there is harmony between economic growth, social development and environmental protection.
QNV 2030 Document:
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Qatar National Vision (QNV) Logo
The Qatar National Vision (QNV) logo is based on a modular design. The central element of the logo takes the form of an eye, reflecting vision. The cultural pattern of its iris reflects traditional Qatari culture.
The modular design looks structured, yet at the same time its dynamic dimensions have been created through the use of a diagonal line. The diagonal is important because the text reads upwards, which looks towards the future. The QNV seeks to achieve development progress, yet at the same time it aims to preserve national culture.