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Vision Djibouti 2035

legislation type Executive
Road Map/Vision/Agenda
Passed in 2014
In order to put in place the bases for controlled and controlled development, the Government is committed to developing a long-term vision for 2035, called "Djibouti 2035". The development of the Vision comes in the wake of the Economic Orientation Law 2001-2010 which helped to guide the Strategic Framework for Growth and Poverty Alleviation (PRSP) 2004-2006 and the National Initiative for Sustainable Development. Social Development (INDS) 2008-2012. It aims to provide the country with a generation planning tool for the next generation, which will now include strategic planning and sustainable development policies and strategies.

The document states that in 2035, Djibouti should be a "100 % green" country, using renewable energies for its supply, sustainably managing water, and adapting to climate change and related risks. Anti desertification measures are notable parts of the adaptation efforts that the document is formulating.


  • Going from 100% thermal to 100% renewable energy supply by 2020 against a 2010 baseline
    Energy | Fixed level target | Target year: 2020 | Base year: 2010
from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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