About The General Secretariat for Development Planning
The General Secretariat for Development Planning (GSDP) is a governmental agency created through the Emiri Decision No 39 in 2006 and mandated to draw a national development vision for Qatar, what became the Qatar National Vision 2030. Emiri Decision No 50 in 2009 refocused its mandate to formulate a national development strategy and support its execution, which aims at translating the objectives outlined in the QNV 2030 into policies and programs that yield tangible benefits for Qatar and its people.
GSDP's vision is to allow Qatar and its future generations to enjoy the benefits of continued economic, social, cultural, and environmental development, offering them unparalleled standards of living and the means to explore their full potential and achieve their ambitions and aspirations.
GSDP’s mission is to help chart a sustainable development path for Qatar– one that meets the aspirations of its people; invests and uses all of its resources wisely; enshrines the principles of its permanent constitution, and preserves and enhances its identity and culture.
GSDP is committed to integrity, transparency and accountability in its relationships with all stakeholders. In all of its work, GSDP is committed to:
Full objectivity and sharing of knowledge for public service improvement
Excellence and accountability through a citizen-centered approach
Efficiency and the most productive use of its resources