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The existing MAAIF structure was derived from the restructuring exercise concluded in 1998 (and revised in 2000) which summed up the consolidated mandate of the Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries in the following mission statement:

To support, promote and guide the production of crops, livestock and fisheries, so as to ensure improved quality and increased quantity of agricultural produce and products for domestic consumption, food security and export.

The organizational units in the approved existing structure are as follows:-

1.Directorate of Crop Resources, with three Departments, namely:-

2. Directorate of Animal Resources, with three Departments, namely:-

3. Agricultural Planning Department
4. Finance and Administration Department
5. Policy Analysis Unit
6. Agriculture Resource Center
 

The two directorates were established for the following reasons:-

  1. To reduce the span of control of the Permanent Secretary, where the range of functions (or sectors as in the case of MAAIF) was wide;
  2. To act as a bridge between the technical management associated with the posts of Commissioners and the general management associated with Administrators;
  3. To put together related technical functions, so that they are executed and managed in a technically integrated and coordinated manner;
  4. To manage the important functions at the level of Directorates, in recognition of their importance relative to staff functions, which are normally managed at Departmental level.

 

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