Long-term development vision:
Vision 2030 Jamaica is the country’s first long-term strategic development plan and covers the 21-year period, 2009-2030. It embodies the plans and processes for the realization of a collective vision, encapsulated in the statement: “Jamaica, the place of choice to live, work, raise families and do business.”
The plan is based on 7 guiding principles and guided by:
Four (4) interrelated National Goals that identify what we want to achieve for the society, economy, environment and in governance.
15 National Outcomes that are linked to the relevant National Goals.
84 National Strategies that guide the steps of ministries, departments and agencies of government (MDAs), private sector, civil society from 2009 to 2030.
A Results-based Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) framework.
Indicators & Targets at the national and sector levels.
Medium-term development plan:
Other development plans:
Vision 2030 Jamaica includes 31 Sector Plans (in 28 separate documents) prepared by Task Forces, comprising stakeholders from public and private sector bodies, civil society and international development partners (IDPs). These Sector Plans provide the framework for implementation at the sectoral level, and also represent the basis on which the Medium Term Socio-Economic Policy Frameworks (MTF) are developed.
Established in March 2014, PIMS aims to streamline the preparation, appraisal, approval and management of all projects in Jamaica.