• Organization TypeGovernment
  • HeadquartersBurundi

Ministry of Finance, Budget and Economic Cooperation (Burundi)

The tasks of the Ministry are to: Design and implement the Government's financial and monetary policy; Contribute, through sound management of public finances, to economic and social development; Coordinate the implementation of the Strategic Framework for Growth and Poverty Reduction; Participate in the development, in collaboration with sectoral ministries, of the Poverty Reduction Strategy and monitor it; Develop the country's development planning for the short, medium and long term; Ensure planning, monitoring and evaluation of reconstruction projects; Adapt sectoral policies to the overall development plan; Conduct prospective studies, in collaboration with the authorized bodies, to arrive at a national strategic vision of short-term development; Ensure continuous macroeconomic forecasting and framing as well as anticipation of the impact of economic policies; Design, monitor and evaluate the implementation of the National Economic and Social Development Plan; Participate in the design of a national population policy; Prepare the Public Investment Programs (PIP) and the Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF); Coordinate, in close collaboration with the sectoral ministries, the Programming, the monitoring and evaluation of the Public Investment Program (PIP) and the Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF); Prepare, in collaboration with the ministries concerned, economic and financial cooperation programs with development partners, both bilaterally and multilaterally; Prepare Technical Cooperation Programs (TCPs) and coordinate and monitor and evaluate them; Participate in the promotion of the private sector; Prepare the general state budget and monitor its implementation; Ensuring the mission of the authorizing officer of all state expenditure; Promote economic and financial relations with development partners; Participate in the preparation and negotiation of economic cooperation programs with bilateral and multilateral partners; Develop and monitor the Department's investment projects; Represent and defend Burundi's economic interests at the international level; Ensure the internal and external financial balance of the country and in particular promote savings.
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  • Burundi (headquarters)
  • Bujumbura
  • Avenu du Japon