Unit Perancang Ekonomi Sarawak

Jabatan Ketua Menteri Sarawak

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SEAC 2030

Sarawak Economic Agenda 2030

Reflect, Reorganise, Reinventing Sarawak

By 2030, Sarawak will be a thriving society driven by data and innovation where everyone enjoys economic prosperity, social inclusivity and a sustainable environment.

We reflect on past approaches on planning and coordination of economic plans, initiatives and projects planned since 1972 and identified multi-departmental challenges & implementation effectiveness across Sarawak Government and developed Strategic Thrusts going forward

Based on the Strategic Thrusts, we re-caliberated existing and new policies and identified catalytic initiatives which will further leap frog Sarawak’s Socio-economic developments between 2021 - 2030.

SEAC 2030 >Digital Transformation

Aspired to make Sarawak a high income and equitable digital economy by 2030, powered by talents and innovations, leveraging on digital technologies and connectivity, Sarawak will empower economic sectors through various digitalisation initiatives along with creation of digital environment through extensive infrastructure and development programmes.

SEAC 2030 >Innovation

Building an innovative society will not happen overnight as we know, but we are putting in place key ecosystems and policies that will encourage and sustain innovation.

Sarawak aspired to be “A global innovation cluster by 2030” by excellence in research and commercialisation to contribute to strong economic growth.

SEAC 2030 >Agriculture

To uplift our agriculture and agro commodities economy, few key strategies have been highlighted. A major shift from current small-scale and subsistence farming to commercial large-scale farming and food manufacturing is required to increase the food production.  

SEAC 2030 >Education & Human Capital

Sarawak aims to develop knowledge-based society that is globally competitive. It is important because a globally competitive society will give us an advantage in attracting businesses and investments because our ability to provide quality products and services at competitive prices hence providing adequate returns.

Sarawak is also serious in addressing the quality of education disparity in our State. That is why we are concerned about the condition of schools especially those in the rural areas. We have been diligently and continuously repairing dilapidated schools to provide a safe and conducive learning and teaching environment. 

Apart from physical infrastructure, we will ensure that other non-physical infrastructure such as qualified and experienced teachers, books and digital infrastructure are at par with those in the urban area. We will provide training programmes for teachers and school leaders because we strongly believe that quality teachers will encourage and influence student achievement.

Integrated planning to cultivate workforce with matching skills.  To ensure that our workforce possess matching skills that are required by the industry, we need to produce workforce that are employable by the industry.  This is where an integrated planning which comprising collaboration between institution of higher learning, industry and other stakeholders need to be strengthens.

SEAC 2030 >Services

By 2030, Sarawak is aspire to have a healthy, inclusive and thriving society with high living standards having access to affordable and quality services delivered innovatively. We will continue to provide support to the Sarawakian public through housing and healthcare schemes and continue to assist the vulnerable, risky and affected individuals through care, intervention and shelter initiatives. The contribution from the service sector is expected to increase in years to come and expected a 40% share in our GDP by 2030

SEAC 2030 >Basic Infrastructure

Our aspiration is by 2030, Sarawak is to have high quality and environmentally sustainable public infrastructure, driving social economic growth and achieving an advanced digital and green economy.

SEAC 2030 >Utilities

By 2030, we are aspired to have world class utilities, which are reliable, economical, safe and sustainable throughout the State, to uplift the economic and social wellbeing of Sarawak.

Sarawak government would explore potential PPP opportunities to attract private sector participations in this field along with a pro-business regulatory framework which has been developed.

SEAC 2030 >Transport

Transportation and Logistics plays pivotal role in making Sarawak an investment and tourism destination of choice. Transportation sector which includes our land transport, logistic and port facilities, airports and aviation services, as well as our river transportation services will be developed further and integrated with digital technology in pursuit of transforming Sarawak’s economy into a globally connected and competitive ones.

SEAC 2030 >Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy Sector aspires to achieve sustainable growth and prosperity for Sarawak by 2030 as South East Asia's powerhouse through affordable, reliable and renewable energy. As South East Asia's renewable battery, our aims by 2030 is three-pronged:

To maintain at least 60% contribution of power generation from Renewable Energy;

To achieve more than 15% income from foreign market outside of Sarawak through Renewable Energy sector; and

To reduce CO2 emission by 600k tons per annum via the electrification of mobility fleet in Sarawak by 2030.

SEAC 2030 >Tourism

Sarawak has aspired to be a leading destination for eco-tourism and business events in ASEAN Region. This will be driven by empowered communities to conserve heritage, culture and biodiversity and to promote investment and development through responsible actions.

SEAC 2030 >Forestry

The government will take concreted efforts to achieve world class recognition as the forefront of sustainable forest management on our initiatives in biodiversity conservation and protected areas management. The government will continue to nominate high conservation value areas, namely Niah National Park to be recognised as UNESCO Heritage Site by 2025, Danau Mujan and Loagan Bunut National Parks as RAMSAR site by 2025 and Kuala Lawas/Kuala Trusan and Limbang as East Asia-Australasian Flyway Network Sites by 2023. International recognition for conservation and sustainable development practices of our national parks are expected to increase contribution of forestry sector to tourism activities that will support and increase the income of our rural communities.

SEAC 2030 >Manufacturing

High-value manufacturing industries will be given high priority to propel the recovery of Sarawak economy. This type of industries will bring higher productivity to the economy and generate high income employment for the rakyat. This will be harnessed on the principles of sustainable, innovative and efficient industry ecosystem supported by entrepreneurial community.

SEAC 2030 >Mining

In order to progress successfully in mining activities, we need to create the right ecosystem to drive exploration and attract quality investments in the mining industry. First of all, we will strengthen our mining policy and regulatory framework. This include the strengthening of State Minerals Management Authority and relevant agencies involved in the mining sector.



  For any inquiries, please contact our officers as follows:
  1. Mr. Tahir Bin Mohd Sharee [tahirs2@sarawak.gov.my]
  2. Mr. Ryan Hardin [ryanhardin@sarawak.gov.my]
    Telephone : +6082-319387