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Sep 2014 30

The Ministry of Finance and Economic Development has on Tuesday September 30TH 2014 kicked start the Medium Term Expenditure Framework for 2015-2017 for Ministry’s Department and Agencies at the Ministry’s Conference Room. The allocation for the 2015 Financial year is $ 400 million dollars and mostly will be directed to the Ministry of Health for the fight against the Ebola outbreak.

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Jun 2016 18

The Government of Sierra Leone through the Development Aid Coordinating Office[DACO} in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development[MoFED} has on Wednesday 18th June 2014 hosted the fourth International Dialogue on peace Building and state Building at the Bintumani international Conference Centre. In his introductory remarks Minister of Finance and Economic Development Dr kaifala Marah, said they began the journey in 2005 in Paris where they signed the Paris Declaration, wherein they resolved to take far reaching actions to reform development Aid delivery and effective aid management.

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Jun 2016 06

The Development Assistant Aid Coordinating office [DACO] in the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development [MoFED] has on Friday 6th June 2014, held the fragility Assessment workshop at the Ministry’s Conference Room. According to report the g7+ is a voluntary association of countries that are or have been affected by conflict, and are now in transition to the next stages of development.

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