The Kwara State Government has launched a 10- year Sustainable Development Plan (SDP).
Speaking at the launch of the document in Ilorin, Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, SDP said comprise “our plans for education, healthcare, security architecture, transport system, rural-urban development, waste management, youth engagements and women empowerment, safety nets, climate change and other environmental issues”.
He added, “In January, we unveiled a five-year agricultural transformation plan which revolves around our comparative advantage as a state with vast arable land. That agribusiness plan was the first of its kind in our state in many years. However, it was just a standalone, onesector- specific plan.
“Today, we are launching a 10-year Sustainable Development Plan (SDP: 2021-2030) upon which hangs everything we need to do to place Kwara on the path of inclusive and sustainable growth.
“Kwara State had its first development plan in 1970 and it ran for five years.
The second development plan ran between 1975 and 1980. This sustainable development plan is the third of such a comprehensive Kwara-specific blueprint which plans for the future of the state.”