PUBLISHED: 27 August 2019

Develop planning/budgeting systems for different types of SNAs

The Policy on SNA Planning Systems was developed and approved in November 2014. The policy promotes the autonomy of each SNA to develop plans, to manage their own resources, to implement transferred functions, and to carry out permissive functions of their choosing to better respond to the local priorities and needs. It helps to make distinction between jurisdictional and corporate plans, define different planning systems (capital, province, urban, rural), define different planning tools, and establish an effective support system for planning and budget preparation at sub-national level with a clear definition of the roles and responsibilities of relevant ministries and institutions at the national and sub-national levels.