Maybe you’ve heard of the Kuwait 2035 Vision? If you haven’t then please let me share with you this incredible video [Here] (I’m sorry its only available in Arabic, but I know the video will still blow you away) which outlines what the plan is, and where Kuwait will be in less than 20 years from now. Its pretty awesome stuff and I do hope I will still be here to see the dream realized. With plans to improve infrastructure, transport systems, education, healthcare, waste management, address environmental issues, enhance Kuwait’s regional and global presence in spheres such as diplomacy, trade, culture and philanthropy. Its an exciting time to be in Kuwait!
So how close is Kuwait to realizing this vision, this dream? Well work has already started on numerous projects, and I have listed a few below (source: http://www.newkuwait.gov.kw/en/):
Construction has begun on a new terminal at Kuwait International Airport. Stated for completion 2022.
OPERA HOUSE AND MORE
Sheikh Jaber Al-Ahmad Cultural Center opened in November 2016.
Jaber Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah Hospital, considered the largest hospital in the Middle East, is set to open by the end of 2018
KUWAIT PETROLEUM CORPORATION INITIATE ENVIRONMENTAL FUEL PROJECT
Project will increase the refining capacity of the company’s refineries environmental fuel to 800 thousand barrels per day. Scheduled for completion in 2019.
CLEAN FUELS PROJECT
Overhaul of the Mina Abdullah and Mina Al-Ahmadi refineries, known as the Clean Fuels Project (CFP), scheduled for completion in 2019
AL ZOUR REFINERY
Will produce 615,000 barrels per day, supplying low-sulphur fuel. Scheduled for completion in 2019.
SOUTH AL MUTLAA CITY PROJECT
Al-Mutlaa City is the largest housing project in Kuwait. It will house 400,000 residents and have 116 schools and 12 public health centers. Scheduled for completion in 2019.
NEW UNIVERSITY CAMPUS
Al-Shadadiya University construction project scheduled for completion in 2019.
Sheikh Jaber Causeway on track to open in 2020.
MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE TREATMENT
The KABD site will utilize the latest technology to treat municipal solid waste in Kuwait and aims to protect the environment and land resources. Scheduled for completion in 2031.
To find out more please click [Here]