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Preparation of the Tanzania Development Vision (TDV) 2025 started in 1994 and the Government finally launched the Vision in 1999. The gist of Vision 2025 is that, by 2025, Tanzania should have gone through an unprecedented economic transformation and development to achieve middle-income status; characterised by high levels of industrialisation, competitiveness, quality livelihood, rule of law and having in place an educated and pro-learning society. Specifically, the Tanzania Development Vision 2025 outlined the country's social, economic and political aspirations for the first quarter of the 21st century with an underlying drive to reaching the middle-income country (MIC) status, with a per capita income of USD 3,000 (in nominal terms) by 2025.


Vision 2025 was designed to be implemented through a series of five year development plans. However, at the time the Vision 2025 was adopted, Tanzania embarked on far-reaching policy and institutional reforms, under the auspice of Highly Indepted Poor Countries (HIPC) for it to qualify for the debt relief initiative. In view of this, and with the help of the development partners, short and medium term Poverty Reduction Strategies (PRS) were adopted as a safety net for the poor, which in the absence of Five Year Development Plans, became the framework to implement the Vision. First came the three year PRS (2000-2003), followed by the first five year National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty (NSGRP/MKUKUTA, 2005-2010). MKUKUTA, though designed as an implementation strategy with broader outcomes, it fell short in terms of prioritisation of development issues and laying out specific strategic interventions to realize the objectives of Vision 2025.


SNo Vision 2025 Files / URL
1 The Tanzania Five Year Development Plan 2011-2016 2.6 MB
2 The Tanzania Development Vision 2025 3.0 MB
 
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