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Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio. Economic Transformation (Zim Asset) “ Towards an Empowered Society Zimbabwe Agenda for Sustainable Socio. Economic Transformation (Zim Asset) “ Towards an Empowered Society and a Growing Economy” NONE-BUT-OURSELVES INI NEWE TINE BASA MINA LAWE SILO MUSEBENZI Dr S. Chindaro (Ph. D, MSc, B. Eng, CEng, MIET ) 1 Coventry 18/02/13

OUTLINE The Motivation Another Policy - Again? The Difference The Drivers The Clusters Zim OUTLINE The Motivation Another Policy - Again? The Difference The Drivers The Clusters Zim Asset – Technology Driven Funding Closing Remarks - Your Duty 2

Zim Asset – The Motivation Accelerated economic growth and wealth creation Sustainable development and Zim Asset – The Motivation Accelerated economic growth and wealth creation Sustainable development and social equity Indigenisation, empowerment and employment creation Exploitation of country’s abundant human and natural resources 3

ANOTHER POLICY – AGAIN? FER ESAP STERP NERP STEP ZIMPRES NEDPP 4 ANOTHER POLICY – AGAIN? FER ESAP STERP NERP STEP ZIMPRES NEDPP 4

Home-Grown : Based on Election Manifesto of Mass Party Results Based Agenda for Results Home-Grown : Based on Election Manifesto of Mass Party Results Based Agenda for Results Based Government and Results Based Management of Ministries Assigns responsibility of economic revival to Zimbabweans – SELF START ZIM-ASSET Indigenisation, empowerment and employment creation Exploitation of country’s abundant human and natural resources Sanctions-busting strategy – full exploitation and value addition of abundant resources 5

Infrastructure. Power Generation SMEs and Co-operatives Agriculture Manufacturing ZIM-ASSET Mining DRIVERS Transport Peace, Security Infrastructure. Power Generation SMEs and Co-operatives Agriculture Manufacturing ZIM-ASSET Mining DRIVERS Transport Peace, Security and Defence ICT Tourism 6

Zim Asset: The Clusters Food Security and Nutrition Infrastructure and Utilities Zim. Asset Social Zim Asset: The Clusters Food Security and Nutrition Infrastructure and Utilities Zim. Asset Social Services and Poverty Eradication 7 Value Addition and Beneficiation

Food Security and Nutrition Self sufficient and food surplus economy – “bread basket” Crop Food Security and Nutrition Self sufficient and food surplus economy – “bread basket” Crop production and marketing Livestock production and development Infrastructure development Environmental management Protection and conservation Nutrition Policy and legislation 8

Social Services and Poverty Eradication Improve the living standards of the citizens of an Social Services and Poverty Eradication Improve the living standards of the citizens of an empowered society and growing economy Human capital development Indigenization and economic empowerment Social service delivery Policy and legislation Gender and development Employment creation Information communication technology Resource mobilization 9

Infrastructure and Utilities Rehabilitation of infrastructural assets and recovery of utility services Water and Infrastructure and Utilities Rehabilitation of infrastructural assets and recovery of utility services Water and Sanitation infrastructure Public Amenities Information Communication Technology (ICT) Energy and Power Supply Transport (road, rail, marine, air) 10

Value Addition and Beneficiation Local beneficiation to ensure international competitiveness Energy and Power – Value Addition and Beneficiation Local beneficiation to ensure international competitiveness Energy and Power – e. g. Chisumbanje Ethanol Project; Agro-processing Manufacturing - e. g. Zim. Steel Mining – e. g. Diamond cutting and polishing Human capacity building – Minerals University Marketing and trading facilitation 11

Sector Key Result Sector Outcomes ICT Governance • Sector Outputs Strategies Improved regulatory environment Sector Key Result Sector Outcomes ICT Governance • Sector Outputs Strategies Improved regulatory environment • • • ICT Policy ICT Bill Internet Policy • • • Develop/Review Compliance Regional/International collaboration ICT Backbone and Structure • Improved Communication • • Optical fibre National Data Centre • • • Tel One, Net One, Power Tel Private Sector ICT Hub Ministries and ICT Literacy (10% annually) etc E-Government • Improved gvt efficiency • • • E-gvt policy Revenue Automation of gvt systems • • • Fulfilment of existing obligations Govt institutions flagships Develop Partners in ICT in Education • • E-Learning School infrastructure • Computer literacy Innovative Graduates • Presidential E-Learning ICT Research and Development • Improved ICT Standards and Utilisation • • Projects High Performance Computer Centre • • • 3 National Projects Quarterly Reviews Public/Private Sector Partnerships • 12

Zim Asset –Technology Driven Food Security and Nutrition E-Agriculture - land management, market access, Zim Asset –Technology Driven Food Security and Nutrition E-Agriculture - land management, market access, production, processing, weather forecasting, statistics E-Health – data collection/sharing/monitoring; service delivery Social Services and Poverty Eradication E-Governance /E-Government – gvt information and services (interactive, online), business transactions, revenue collection Information Dissemination, ICT Education Infrastructure and Utilities Fibre links, Tele-comms, Transport, Computers Value addition and Beneficiation Mineral/Information Processing/Software Development Peace Security and Defence Corruption eradication 13 Agriculture information is power

FUNDING Zim-Asset does not inhibit foreign direct investment but seeks partnership with foreign investors FUNDING Zim-Asset does not inhibit foreign direct investment but seeks partnership with foreign investors who see it as an opportunity to engage in non-exploitive business with Zimbabwe. Tax and non tax revenue, Leveraging resources Sovereign Wealth Fund Issuance of bonds Implementation of Public Private Partnerships Securitization of remittances Re-engagement with the international and multilateral finance institutions Financing options, focusing on Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) 14

Your Duty Embrace the concept of “None-But-Ourselves” – VP Cde Mujuru Embrace Zim Asset Your Duty Embrace the concept of “None-But-Ourselves” – VP Cde Mujuru Embrace Zim Asset - actively contribute towards its implementation “Team Zimbabwe” spirit – Gvt, individuals, private sector, civil society groups, political parties and other stakeholders Optimism should remain the catchword. Let us believe we can achieve greatness. Pessimism will only kill us. Strong government commitment for the programme The Country has a 5 -Year Vision; Do you? 15

THANK YOU “Zim Asset is a call to you and me, to all of THANK YOU “Zim Asset is a call to you and me, to all of us as Zimbabweans to put shoulder to the wheel, so we recover our economy and grow it for the prosperity of all our people” VP Cde Joyce Mujuru 16