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Martes , 16 de abril de 2024

Direction of Management of Rural Public Goods


The Direction of Rural Public Goods shall have the following functions:​

  1. Coordinate, designing and evaluating policies, plans, programs and projects for rural development with territorial approach aimed at the provision of public goods in rural areas, which have an impact on the social and productive development of the countryside such as education, health, social security, drinking water, basic sanitation, security, electrification, roads and rural housing.
  2. Formulate actions to foster the articulation with the Ministries of Labor, National Education, Health and Social Protection, Transport, Mines and Energy, Housing, City and Territory, Environment and Sustainable Development, National Defense and the Interior. As with the Administrative Departments of Social Prosperity, of National Planning and National Statistics and other entities of the national and territorial order that lead to the implementation of plans, programs and projects of rural development and agriculture with territorial approach.
  3. Propose rules, instruments and procedures that allow access and the provision of public goods in rural areas.
  4. Articulate and arrange with the competent entities the design of plans, programs and projects aimed at the provision of public goods in rural areas.
  5. Contribute in the framework of its competence in the design and implementation of rural development programs with territorial approach.
  6. Define and generate the statistical information required for the Consultant Office of Planning and Prospective, analyze, interpret and allow documenting the taking of decisions of both the Minister and his Vice Ministers, within the areas of its competence.
  7. Perform the follow-up to the implementation of the policy, plans, programs and projects for the provision of rural public goods in charge of the affiliated institutions and linked to the sector.
  8. Coordinate with the Office of Information Technology and Communications technology developments and computing needs that may be required in the exercise of their functions.
  9. Promote programs to their charge, seeking to boost resources through partnerships or schemes of cooperation between the State, the community and the private sector.
  10. Identify and coordinate with the Legal Adviser Office regulatory changes, procedural and institutional arrangements that may be required for the achievement of the goals and objectives of the policy of management of rural public goods.
  11. Coordinate with the Office of Information Technology and Communications and competent entities the mechanisms for the collection, processing, analysis and use of the information obtained from the information systems of the Administrative Sector.
  12. Support the development and maintenance of the Integrated Management System and the observance of its recommendations in the field of its competence.
  13. The other which are assigned to it and which correspond to the nature of the dependency.