Reviewing UAE Vision 2021 progress
9 April 2017
Her Excellency Maryam Al Hammadi, Assistant Director General for Government Performance at the Prime Minister’s Office, the Ministry of Cabinet Affairs and The Future, evaluated the key achievements made across the different sectors and priorities pertaining to the UAE Vision 2021 National Agenda, while attending the first day of the UAE Government annual meeting.
The UAE National Agenda was launched in 2014 to transform the vision into reality. Its pillars have been mapped into six national priorities which represent six key focus sectors of government, notably: maintaining a cohesive society and preserved identity; ensure a safe public and fair judiciary; build a competitive knowledge economy; develop a first-rate education system; ensure world-class healthcare, and maintain a sustainable environment and infrastructure.
Her Excellency Al Hammadi noted that statistics compiled to date indicate significant progress in several vital sectors and areas, based on national, regional and global indicators. “Even though we have managed to make great strides towards attaining our ultimate goals, we still have a long way to go for the coming years that will lead us to 2021, the year marking the UAE's Golden Jubilee, but we are on the right track,” she said.
H.E Al Hammadi provided attendees with an overview of the set of achievements already made in important sectors, notably education, economy, environment and infrastructure, healthcare, community, security and the judiciary.
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