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Namibia Vision 2030 (Main Document)

Office of the President Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Namibia 31 December 2004 Policy document political rights, social and economic rights, social development

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The Key Elements for the VISION for 2030 will Depict:
The people of Namibia as well developed, prosperous, healthy and
confident in an atmosphere of interpersonal harmony, peace and political
stability; and as such, Namibia is a developed country to be reckoned
with as a high achiever in the comity of nations.


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