Guinea has four strategic goals which are improving governance and institutional reforms, promoting the main growth sectors, reducing poverty and developing the social sector. These goals are set with the key vision of becoming an emerging economy by 2035. Guinea is known to have large reserves of bauxite and large untapped high-grade iron ore reserves, as well as gold and diamonds. In addition, Guinea is said to have fertile soil, ample rainfall, and is home to several West African rivers, including the Senegal, Niger, and Gambia. Guinea's hydro potential is large and some economic experts have said the country has potential to be a major exporter of electricity.