The Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio-Economic Transformation (ZimAsset), which was launched in 2013. ZimAsset outlines a vision for Zimbabwe to become a middle-income country by 2030 through sustainable economic growth and development.
The ZimAsset plan focuses on four key areas, which are:
Food Security and Nutrition
Social Services and Poverty Eradication
Infrastructure and Utilities
Value Addition and Beneficiation
Under these broad areas, ZimAsset outlines specific strategies and policies to achieve its vision. These include:
Increasing agricultural productivity and improving food security
Expanding access to healthcare, education, and social services
Developing infrastructure, including roads, power, and water supply
Promoting investment in mining, tourism, and other sectors
Strengthening institutions and improving governance
Overall, Zimbabwe's vision is to achieve sustainable socio-economic development, reduce poverty and inequality, and improve the standard of living for its citizens.