Long-term development vision:   

Strategic Plan Gabon: Vision 2025 and Strategic Orientations 2011-2016 

  • Vision: A united nation, a competitive economy, sustainable development, shared prosperity and a respected voice on the regional and global stage. 
  • Pillars:  
  • strengthening the foundations for of emergence 
  • developing the pillars of emergence 
  • shared prosperity 


Medium-term development plan:   



Other development plans:  

République Gabonaise – Plan d’Accélération de la Transformation 2021-23 

  • Strategic axes of the PSGE: 
  • 1 Vision: shared prosperity 
  • 2 Growth: development of the pillars of emergence (Gabon Vert, Gabon Industriel, Gabon des Services) 
  • 3 Competitiveness: strengthening the foundations of emergence (human capital, sustainable development, governance and infrastructure) 


  • Law No. 21/2005 of January 10, 2006 on the orientation law of the economic and social development strategy in the Gabonese Republic. 
  • This law on the orientation of the economic and social development strategy in the Gabonese Republic, taken pursuant to the provisions of article 47 of the Constitution, defines the framework for the overall coherence of the medium and long-term economic and social development strategy and sets the sectoral strategic objectives. As such, it appears as a basic instrument of planning, development programming and land use planning, as well as the reference document for the implementation of the partnership between the State and the various actors of the development. 


  • Law No. 002/2014 of August 1, 2014 on the orientation of sustainable development in the Gabonese Republic. 
  • This law establishes the fundamental principles of Sustainable Development, the general orientations, the principles, the general objectives and the means of action of the public authorities, economic operators and civil society to ensure the sustainable development of Gabon, centered on the welfare of present and future generations. 
  • Principles: the primacy of the rule of law; quality of life of individuals; equity and social solidarity; sovereignty and development equity; homogeneity; internalization of costs; responsible production and consumption; responsible production and consumption; participation and access to knowledge; preservation and protection of the environment; preservation of cultural heritage; participation of women; enhancement of traditional knowledge; protection and participation of local communities; preservation of biodiversity and ecosystems; precaution; preventive and corrective action; polluter pays; and international cooperation.