Achieving stability and increased growth.
Guinea’s political leaders aim to turn it into an emerging economy within the next 15-25 years by executing a strategy set out in the “Guinea 2035” vision. In order to make this vision a reality, the Government is implementing a rigorous good governance policy. The aim is to progressively restore the traditional moral values of Guinean society, halt corruption and encourage the provision of modernised,social climate.
Despite the efforts made and the country’s enormous potential, Guinea’s human development level is still below average compared with other Sub-Saharan countries.
The aim is to provide all communities, whether in villages or towns, with access to basic social services and clean, safe housing.
Particular emphasis has been placed on young
people and women with a view to improving their access to and participation in the country’s development.