​​​​humanicon.gifQatar cannot develop its economy and society without its human capital and resources: its people. Human development according to the QNV 2030 entails a holistic and modern health care infrastructure that caters to all and an educational system at par with the highest international standards, preparing Qatar’s students to take on the world’s challenges and become tomorrow’s innovators, entrepreneurs, artists and professionals. Moreover, a world-class education system and equal opportunities will propel Qataris to increase their role in all sectors of their country’s economy. 

An Educated Population
A world-class educational system that equips citizens to achieve their aspirations and to meet the needs of Qatar’s society, including:

  • Educational curricula and training programs responding to the current and future needs of the labor market
  • High quality educational and training opportunities appropriate to each individual's aspirations and abilities
  • Accessible  educational programs for life-long learning

A national network of formal and non-formal educational programs that equip Qatari children and youth with the skills and motivation to contribute to society, fostering:

  • A solid grounding in Qatari moral and ethical values, traditions and cultural heritage
  • A strong sense of belonging and citizenship
  • Innovation and creativity
  • Participation in a wide variety of cultural and sports activities
  • Well-developed, independent, self-managing and accountable educational institutions operating under centrally-determined guidelines
  • An effective system for funding scientific research shared by the public and private sectors and conducted in cooperation with specialized international organizations and leading international research centers
  • A significant international role in cultural and intellectual activity and scientific research

A Healthy Population: Physically and Mentally
A comprehensive world-class healthcare system whose services are accessible to the whole population, including:

  • Effective and affordable services in accordance with the principle of partnership in bearing the costs of health care
  • Coverage of preventive and curative health care, both physical and mental, taking into account the differing needs of men, women and children.
  • High quality research directed at improving the effectiveness and quality of healthcare
  • An integrated system of health care offering high-quality services through public and private institutions operating under the direction of a national health policy that sets and monitors standards for social, economic, administrative and technical aspects of health care 
  • A skilled  national workforce capable of providing high quality health services
  • Continued commitment by the state to provide sufficient funds for maintaining the health of Qatar’s population in accordance with the principle of partnership in bearing the costs of health care

A Capable and Motivated Workforce
Increased and diversified participation of Qataris in the workforce through:

  • Broad investments in certification and training programs by public and private institutions
  • Incentives for Qataris to enter professional and management roles in business, health and educational sectors
  • High quality training opportunities for all citizens, corresponding to their ambitions and abilities
  • Increased opportunities and vocational support for Qatari women
  • Targeted Participation of Expatriate Labor
  • Recruitment of the right mix of expatriate labor, protecting their rights, securing their safety, and retaining those who are outstanding among them.