The MOJ is headed by the Attorney General and Minister of Justice and deputized by the Solicitor General & Legal Secretary and Deputy Permanent Secretary. The Ministry currently has six Departments, each headed by a Director, and these are: Criminal Division, Civil Litigation, Legislative Drafting, Registrar General, Companies and Curator of Interstate Estate.
The Ministry of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology (MoHERST) was establishment in 2007.
The ministrys departments are the Directorate of Higher Education, Directorate of Research and Planning and the Science and Technology Directorate.
Quality and Affordable Health Services for all by 2020Mission
To Promote and protect the health of the population by providing a comprehensive healthcare package in partnership with all relevant stakeholders; ensure high coverage of basic healthcare services; achieve staff training and retention; ensure a reduction of maternal and infant mortality and morbidity; ensure reduction of communicable and non-communicable diseases; strengthen and support Health Communication Programmes; ensure reduction in the frequency of environmental health and safety related problems and diseases; and establish a mechanism for health services financing risk protection for all.
The Gambias Foreign Policy priorities are based on the values and objectives stipulated in the countrys Vision 2020 Development blueprint and other development strategy documents. Under the Vision 2020, The Gambias Foreign Policy seeks to adopt a more pro-active stance with the aim of mobilizing greater international support for the country’s development.
The Ministry of Finance is headed by the Honorable Minister of Finance who is deputized by two Permanent Secretaries.
Sustained development of the fisheries, climate and water sectors and the economic benefits therein as well as the welfare of its stakeholders guided by policy frameworks which recognize that responsible resources management is essential for sustained development, for now and for the future.
The Ministry of Information and Communication Infrastructure (MOICI) of The Gambia Government was created on 6th May 2002. The Ministry has the role of a policy maker, liberalisation of the ICT sector and with a requisite function to provide an enabling environment for ICT sector.
The Mission Statement of the Department of State for Education is embodied in the statement “A Responsive, Relevant and Quality Education for All Gambians”.
The Department of State for Agricultures mission is to:
>Increase Gambias agricultural output
>Meet the food nutritional requirements of the population
>Provide gainful employment and remunerative income for the agricultural labour force
>Generate foreign exchange through value-added agriculture-related activities
…so as to improve the standard of living of the population on a sustainable basis.