Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MOCI)
Official Website: moci.gov.so
Ministry of Commerce and Industry has overall responsibility for the formulation, implementation and monitoring of Somali’s internal and external trade & Manufacturing Policy. It is the sectors of the Ministry to ensure that Somali derives maximum benefit from internal & External Trade relations and that domestic trade is conducted in a smooth and orderly manner.
A commerce and Industry that leads to open market, economic growth and sustainable development. Promote industrial, commercial development and encourage investments.
The Attorney General’s Office (AGO)
The Attorney General Office (AGO) is among the key criminal justice administration institutions with the constitutional mandate to ensure respect for the law, protection of the rights of the citizens and for the prosecution of crimes. However, the office experienced the destruction of both its institutional systems and infrastructure during civil war, negatively affecting its functionality and ability to uphold the rule of law and protect the rights of the citizens. Against this backdrop, the AGO is in the restructuring process of transforming this institution both Benadir, and other regional administrations across Somalia for the rebuilding of key institutional structures and systems that determine the performance of the AGO across the board.
VISION of AGO
A modern, professional office that ensures the security of the Somali nation and safety of its citizens, protects the rights guaranteed to all, and conducts itself, in all ways, with integrity and fidelity to the law.
MISSION of AGO
A professional, independent Office of the Attorney General that establishes and ensures the rule of law for Somalia and all of its citizens by fairly and impartially assisting in the investigation of criminal cases, prosecuting those committed of crime before the Somali courts, protecting the dignity of human rights of all Somali citizens, including those accused of crimes, safeguarding the victims of crimes, participating on behalf of the Attorney General in civil court cases that affect the public interest, and overseeing the Somali prison system.
Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation (MOAI)
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The Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation (MOA) (Somali: Wasaaradda Beeraha iyo Waraabka) is a ministry responsible for Agriculture in Somalia. The three broad areas of scope for the Ministry are agriculture, food processing and co-operation.
The agricultural sector plays a crucial role in ensuring food security, job creation, income generation and foreign exchange earnings in Somalia. The common feature in the structure of the economy of the three sub-entities of Somalia is the predominance of agriculture and livestock in the economy and livelihoods, accounting for about 70% of the GDP and employment. Livestock accounts for about 40% of GDP and more than 50% of export earnings. Other main products include fish, charcoal, bananas, sugar, sorghum and corn.
Ministry of Finance (MoF)
The Ministry of Finance is the central authority of the Federal Government of Somalia charged with the responsibilities devising and administering economic and financial policy of the country. Moreover, the key role of the Ministry lies with the more rationale allocation of resources; better management of public expenditure; enhanced mobilization of both internal and external resources; greater performance in public investments and strengthening of public enterprises productive capacity; open and simple foreign exchange policies and regulation, and prudent fiscal and monetary policies.
The Ministry of Finance, in pursuit of its mission, has a wide mandate with responsibility for:
Central Bank of Somalia
The Central Bank of Somalia is responsible for formulating monetary policy to achieve and maintain price stability. The Central Bank also promotes financial stability; an effective and efficient payment, clearing and settlement system; formulates and implements foreign exchange policies; holds and manages foreign exchange reserves; issuing of currency; and is the banker for, adviser to and fiscal agent of the Government
The vision of the Central Bank is to position itself among the region’s leading central banks, on the back of its independence, strong organizational structure, professional staff, technological superiority and its capacity to produce effective results.
The CBS mission is to foster price stability and build a robust, stable, up-to-date and sound financial system. The core values of the CBS are reflected in all areas of the bank operations and in the performance of all the bank tasks.
Somali Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI)
SCCI is a vibrant organization focused on enhancing business opportunity. We are dedicated to ensuring our members take advantage of business opportunities locally, regionally and internationally. The Chamber is here to help you prosper! We invite you to explore what the SCCI has to offer you and your business.
The Somali Chamber of Commerce & Industry was re-activated on the 3rd of March 2012 after more than two decades of absence or being inactive due to the difficult circumstances in the country, notably lack of security, political instability and civil wars. The chamber is now back in operation and, unlike before, enjoys the full support and acceptance of the hardworking and dedicated business that stayed on and refused to leave the country, despite the civil wars that have destroyed the properties and devastated their livelihood, in order to keep serving their communities and people everywhere in the country.
SCCI offers a wide range of services to its Members, including commercial documentation services, research and publications, business development and promotion, training and development and many more.
Ministry of Livestock, Forestry, and Range (MLFR)
The Ministry of Livestock, Forestry, and Rangeland provides veterinary services, managed forests, ranges, and livestock holding grounds; issued livestock certification; and protected natural reserves and wildlife.
Ministry of Ports and Marine Transport (MPMT)
The Ministry of Ports and Marine Transport stands for to promote stainable development of maritime transportation sector and modernization of Somali ports and improves socio-economic condition of the country and to ensure maritime safety and protection of marine environment.
And to create and build business environment for blue ocean economic development within Somalia maritime domain by establishing policies and regulations in maritime and port sectors, ensuring and responding the safety and security in maritime transport system, protecting marine environment, developing and maintaining aids to navigation and oversee the regulatory agencies of the ministry, and the ministry has ten departments and two agencies:
To promote affordable and efficient world class standards in Somalia ports and maritime sector.
Create a vibrant and sustainable Ports and Maritime economy in Somalia by providing policy and regulatory guidance, oversight and implementation.
Ministry of Health (MoH)
All people in Somalia enjoy the highest possible health status which is an essential requirement for a healthy and productive nation.
Ensure the provision of quality essential health and nutrition services for all people in Somalia, with a focus on women, children, and other vulnerable groups, and strengthen the national and local capacity to deliver evidence-based and cost-effective services based on the EPHS and Primary Health Care Approach.
Improve the health status of the population through health system strengthening interventions and provide quality, accessible, acceptable and affordable health services that facilitate moving towards Universal Health Coverage and accelerate progress towards achieving the health-related Sustainable Development Goals.
Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources (MFMR)
The Ministry of Fisheries Marine Resources was established with the aim to enhance fisheries and marine resources sector, visibility streamline decision-making so that it is more responsive and proactive in facilitating the suitable development of the fisheries. The Ministry is mandated to create an enabling environment for sustainable development of coastal fishing economy and food security while conserving the fishing ecosystem along the Somalia coastline and territorial waters and protecting the coastal communities.
Sustainable fisheries development for economic growth and food security in Somalia
To provide an enabling environment for the promotion of sustainable development of the fisheries sector and development of Somalia blue economy for socioeconomic development and food security.
Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation (MOTCA)
Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation is in charge of the entire transport sector including civil aviation, has overall responsibility for policy making and regulatory framework.
Port of Mogadishu (MAP)
In September 2014, state owned, Mogadishu Port have been least to Albayrak Group for 30 years. All operating and managerial rights of the port is secured under Albayrak management. After taking over the port’s management, security measures of the port have been increased and enabled local workers to be employed safely and have steady income. Albayrak Group is very proud to contribute to the growth of Somalia in terms of improving the terminal infrastructural quality, providing training for local workers, promoting local farmers and business owners to step into international business, welcoming entrepreneurs to perform business safely and providing additional income for the Federal Government. Today Alport Mogadishu is the gate where Somalian people meets the world and within the next few years Alport Mogadishu will become one of the most developed and qualified port of the Africa
To operate a terminal that serves all commercial interests effectively while establishing a hub container terminal that will become a center of excellence and port of choice in East Africa. This will be accomplished by our dedication to modernize the terminal with most modern and industry best equipment while presenting constant and ongoing process and people improvement.
MAP is a dynamic and fast-growing container terminal with a dedicated commitment to perfection. MAP will continue improving, training, investing while aiming to become the source of inspiration to the entire Somalia.
The Eswatini Communications Commission (ESCCOM) is the regulatory body responsible for regulating the communications sector in Eswatini, constituting of telecommunication services and networks, broadcasting services, postal services and the use and allocation of radio spectrum. It derives its mandate from the Swaziland Communications Commission Act 2013, the Electronic Communications Act 2009 and the Electronic Communications (Importation, Type Approval and Distribution of Communications Equipment) Regulations. Through the various legal documents ESCCOM is responsible for issuing the Permit for Re- Exportation of Communications Equipment, The Electronic Communications License, as well as the issuing the approval Electronic Communications Equipment Approval Certificate, amongst other things.
Website: Eswatini Communications Commission