Okavango

By 2036, sustainable and optimal use of our natural resources will have transformed our economy and uplifted our people’s livelihoods.

National Principles

National Principles

Vision 2036 is anchored on our five national principles of democracy, development, self-reliance, unity and botho that have characterised post-independence Botswana.

  • Democracy in our context means that we will all contribute to our own individual, as well as our country’s wellbeing and development.
  • Development means that ours will be a country free of extreme poverty and inequality. It means both economic and social development.
  • Self-reliance means dependence on our own efforts and exerting them in building Botswana the way we wish it to develop.
  • Unity represents our recognition that we are a nation made up of different ethnicities and races, standing on the belief of diverse political views and religious affiliations that make up the fabric that supports our national principles.
  • Botho describes a well-rounded character, well-mannered, courteous and disciplined, who realises his or her full potential both as an individual and as a part of the community to which he or she belongs.

Vision News

State of Nation Address Speech 2020

State of the Nation Address by His Excellency Dr. Mokgweetsi E.K.…

Expression of Interest (Refinement of the Proposed Mascot)

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Consultancy to Develop Methodology For The Vision 2036 Index

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Invitation to Register Into Our Database For Consultancy Services

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