UAE Announces 'We The UAE 2031' 10-Year Plan

  • Publish date: Wednesday، 23 November 2022
UAE Announces 'We The UAE 2031' 10-Year Plan
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His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, announced the launch of the UAE vision "We The UAE 2031" on Tuesday for the next 10 years.

Sheikh Mohammed said that ‘We The UAE 2031’ will shape the progress of the country towards a more accomplished and developed future, in which all entities and institutions will cooperate within a unified ecosystem.

Forward Society

Through this pillar, the UAE national plan aims to place the UAE among the top 10 countries in the Human Development Index and place its cities among the world’s 10 Best Cities.

The plan will play a pivotal role in enhancing the UAE’s position to become the best destination for medical treatment in the region. In addition, it will contribute to achieving full readiness of all medical facilities and staff, and raising the country’s rank to one of the top 10 countries in the world in the quality of healthcare.

Forward Economy

This pillar aims to raise the country's GDP to Dh3 trillion, and increase non-oil exports to Dh800 billion. Also, it will raise the value of foreign trade to Dh4 trillion, and raise the contribution of the tourism sector to Dh450 billion.

Forward Diplomacy

The plan aims to consolidate the pivotal role and influence of the UAE based on respect for human values.

The plan attaches great importance to strengthening the UAE’s role as a supportive force for the global environmental agenda, thus contributing to achieving qualitative leaps in climate neutrality and consolidating the country’s position as an innovation hub in sustainability, science and technology.

Forward Ecosystem

This pillar aims to make the UAE top ranked country in the world in developing proactive legislation for new economic sectors and enhancing the country’s position to be in the first place globally in the safety index, as well as raising the country’s position to one of the top three countries in the global cybersecurity index and one of the top 10 countries in the global food security index.