To effectively plan, generate, allocate and account for resources through the implementation of fiscal and economic policies and the facilitation of social and environmental policies in co-operation with other agencies thereby providing and enabling sustainable growth and development.
Efficient and effective delivery of finance and economic services to the national, regional and international communities, through strong leadership role in planning and management of the available resources.
The Minister of Finance, Planning, Economy, Energy, & Co-operatives exercises general control and direction. The administrative head of the Ministry is the Permanent Secretary. There is also two deputy Permanent Secretary.
The Ministry is divided into the following departments:
Accountant General’s Division
Inland Revenue Division
Division of Customs and Excise
Central Statistics Office
Project Coordination Unit
Public Procurement Unit
Physical Development Unit
Basic Needs Trust Fund (BNTF)
Economic and Technical Cooperation
Market Access and Rural Enterprise Development Programme (MAREP)
A Department Head, who reports directly to the Permanent Secretary, manages each department.
The Ministry of Finance, in pursuit of its mission, has a wide mandate with responsibility for:
Economic policy formation
Supporting decision-making processes in the public and private sectors