Presentation of the guidelines for the public investment policy from the Ministry for the Economy for 2018

On 7th April at the Hotel Anda China, the “Presentation Seminar for the General Guidelines for the Public Investment policy from the Ministry for the Economy, Planning and Public Investment for 2018” was held, with the aim of presenting Ministerial Departments and Autonomous Institutions with the General Guidelines for Public Investment for 2018, together with the significant advances which, in matters of consolidation of the Single Basis for Public Investment Projects and the provision of tools for the prioritisation and good practice for the management of public investment, the Ministry for the Economy has set out, with the collaboration of the General State Treasury, GE Proyectos, and Technical Assistance from the World Bank.

The seminar was presented by the Communications Adviser from ANGE 2020, Maria del Mar Bonkanka Tabares, with an official opening speech by Eucario Bakale Angue Oyana, Minister for the Economy, Planning and Public Investment, who was assisted by the Vice-minister for the Economy, Planning and Public Investment, and the MEPIP executive team.

Following on, there was the first presentation by experts from the General Directorate for the Planning and Programming of Public Investment. After that, the Administrator of the Basis for Public Investment Projects, Berma Ondo Asangono, spoke about the construction of an articulated management of Public Investment, and then gave the floor to Victor Sima Sima Asong, Director General of the Planning and Programming of Public Investment, who presented Vision PIP 2018, and the presentation of a portfolio of investment projects under the Horizonte 2020 National Plan, and was followed by any other business.

The seminar was closed by Eucario Bakale Angue, who after thanking the representatives of ministerial departments and autonomous institutions for their presence, encouraged them to continue to work in coordination and synergy with the Ministry for the Economy, Planning and Public Investment, in order to continue to record satisfactory and significant progress in the improvement of the management of result-driven public investment.

Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea

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