CCPIP gives a talk to UASD students on the planning and development role of the Ministry of Economy

The director of CCPIP, Bernardo Hiran Sánchez, explained that planning plays a fundamental role so that the government can rationally provide goods and services that meet the needs of individuals.

Santo Domingo Dominican Republic. (May 2023). The Training Center for Planning and Public Investment (CCIPIP) of the Ministry of Economy, Planning and Development organized the talk “New vision of MEPyD and its role in planning and development in the Dominican Republic”, which was addressed to 35 students of the faculty. Economics and Social Sciences from the Autonomous University of Santo Domingo (UAST).

The director of CCPIP, Bernardo Hiran Sánchez, explained that planning plays a fundamental role so that the government can rationally provide goods and services that meet the needs of individuals.

The center manages and implements training activities on planning at various levels, from general strategic planning to organizational and sectoral planning, as well as training in formulation and evaluation of public investment plans and deployment and development.

Adolfo Marti, adviser to the minister’s office, said the Ministry of Economy is in charge of coordinating the development, management, monitoring and evaluation of macroeconomic policies and, therefore, the integrated development of the country.

For his part, Francisco Rojas, Director of Regional Planning Offices, explained that these institutions are designed to coordinate the efforts of institutions to improve the quality of life of people in each region.

“We take care that the efforts of common policies are reflected in the regions as well,” he summarized.

He explained that this is achieved through the implementation of four planning instruments namely the National Development Strategy (END) and the Public Sector National Multi-Year Plan (PNPSP).

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Regional Planning and Regional Development Programs (PRODT) and Municipal Development Programs (PMD).

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