NATIONAL ASSEMBLEE A ADOPTETHE PRESIDENT OF THE PROMULGUE REPUBLICI'll tell you what.
VU The Constitution of 15 September 1992;
VU Constitutional Law No.92/AN/10/6th L of 21 April 2010 revising the Constitution;
VU Law n°169/AN/12/6th L bearing Organisation and operation of the Secretariat of State to the Prime Minister responsible for National Solidarity;
VU Law n°170/AN/12/6th L of August 01, 2012 creating a National Solidarity Fund;
VU Law No. 211/AN/5th L of 24 November 2007 establishing the Djibouti Agency for Social Development;
VU Decree No.2008-0026/PR of 20 January 2008 on the special status of the Djibouti Agency for Social Development;
VU Decree No.2012-219/PR/SESN of October 03, 2012 establishing, assigning, organizing and operating the National Micro Finance Commission (CNMF);
VU Decree No.2012-231/PR/SESN of October 17, 2010 establishing the organization and operation of the National Solidarity Fund;
VU Decree No.2014-327/PRE of 4 December 2014 amending Decree No.2012-231/PR/SESN setting out the organization and operation of the National Solidarity Fund;
VU Decree No.2016-109/PRE of 11 May 2016 appointing the Prime Minister;
VU Order No.2016-110/PRE of 12 May 2016 appointing members of the government;
VU Order No.2016-148/PRE dated 16 June 2016 establishing the responsibilities of departments;
VU Circular n°407/PAN of 20/12/2016 convening the 4th Session of the 2nd Session of the Year 2016/2017;
The Council of Ministers heard at its meeting on 25 October 2016.
Article 1: The name “State Secretariat for National Solidarity” is amended in the State Secretariat for Social Affairs (SEAS).
Article 2: The State Secretariat is responsible for the implementation of the policy to combat poverty and promote social action. Together with the Ministry of Economy and Finance and the Ministry of Trade, he coordinates the policy to combat precariousness and social exclusion.
Attributions of the State Secretariat
Article 3: The State Secretariat for Social Affairs is responsible for the implementation and coordination of the national policy to combat poverty and social exclusion. It is particularly loaded with:
- the design of the anti-poverty policy and the exclusion and promotion of Social Action;
- the improvement of living conditions, the social integration of citizens in difficult situations through economic and labour opportunities;
- the implementation of instruments for the prevention of social scourges and the causes of poverty and exclusion (SocialFilet);
- the development of micro-finance (classical and Islamic) as a strategy for poverty eradication;
- support for the decentralization of social affairs through the opening of social assistance offices;
- support and social assistance of vulnerable groups (disabled persons, older persons, PVVIH, etc.) in collaboration with the Ministries concerned;
- the establishment of reception facilities for people in precarious situations, and extreme poverty.
Article 4: The following institutions are attached to the State Secretariat for Social Affairs:
- Djibouti Agency for Social Development (ADDS);
- Micro Finance Institutions;
- and the National Solidarity Fund (SNF).
The State Secretariat for Social Affairs gives these institutions the policy directions to which they must comply.
Organization of the State Secretariat
Article 5: The State Secretariat for Social Affairs provides, in order to implement the government's policy in its areas of competence:
- From a firm (Secretariat Particulier, Conseillers Techniques) ;
- A General Secretariat;
- Technical directions:
- The Directorate of Social Affairs;
- The Administrative and Financial Directorate;
- The Directorate of Planning and Monitoring of International Cooperation;
- The Department of Study and Prospection.
Chapter I: Cabinet
Article 6: The Secretary of State for Social Affairs has a firm made up of a particular secretariat and technical advisers.
The General Secretariat (SG)
Article 7: Under the authority of the Secretary of State, the SG is responsible for monitoring, monitoring, coordinating the activities of the branches of the State Secretariat for Social Affairs.
He's in charge.
- the coordination of social programmes, the fight against poverty and exclusion with all actors and stakeholders, and their assessment and monitoring;
- the centralization of information, reports and reports from the technical branches;
- the monitoring of the activities of the institutions attached to the State Secretariat;
- monitoring annual workplans and multi-year programmes;
- the preparation and monitoring of the execution of the department's budget, the financial and personnel management control;
- representation under the responsibility of the Secretary of State, of the whole department in its external relations with other ministries, institutions, enterprises and public bodies as well as with bilateral and multilateral aid institutions;
- cases that are directly delegated by SEAS.
Article 8: The Secretary General may delegate the signature to the Directors. He is appointed by decree taken in Council of Ministers on the proposal of the Secretary of State for Social Affairs. He is terminated under the same conditions.
Article 9: The SG has under its authority the communication, audit and legal affairs department and the social register service.
Functioning of the State Secretariat for Social Affairs
Chapter I: The Directorate of Social Affairs
Article 10: The Social Affairs Directorate is responsible for the implementation of the National Policy for the Development of Social Action to ensure the cohesion and social development of our fellow citizens.
As such, it is responsible for ensuring the access of the poor and vulnerable population to basic social services, financial and productive opportunities through the micro-finance tool and community development with the aim of ensuring the integration of these populations into the development process.
Its mission is also to provide special assistance to needy persons and specific needs and to ensure the management and monitoring of deconcentrated social affairs offices.
Article 11: The Department of Social Affairs is composed of three services:
- The Single Window Service for Social Affairs;
- Micro Finance and Community Development Service;
- The Support Service for Specific Needs.
Administrative and Financial Directorate
Article 12: The Administrative and Financial Directorate is responsible for managing Human Resources according to the guidance and developing training and career plans. The department's financial management and equipment is under its jurisdiction. It prepares the Department's budget proposal and ensures its implementation.
As such, it is responsible for coordinating the administrative actions of the State Secretariat and for establishing regulatory provisions concerning the organization of internal missions.
Article 13: The Administrative and Financial Directorate directs and directs the action of three services:
- Human Resources Service;
- Financial Service and Equipment;
- Information and Documentation Service.
Chapter III: The Directorate of Planning and Monitoring of International Cooperation
Article 14: The Directorate of Planning and Monitoring of International Cooperation is responsible for the development, design and leadership of the National Policy on Poverty Reduction and Social Exclusion.
As such, it is responsible for the programming and monitoring of the development plans of the various sectors concerned. Its mission is also to address all aspects of international cooperation, to plan and coordinate in a comprehensive manner the assistance of international cooperation, in collaboration with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation.
Article 15: The Planning and Monitoring Directorate of International Cooperation directs and directs the action of two services:
- Planning and Project Services;
- Cooperation and monitoring of conventions with partners.
The Department of Studies and Prospection
Article 16: The Eudes and Prospection Directorate is responsible for establishing a mechanism to coordinate and update the poverty map in line with the Vison 2035. It is responsible for monitoring and evaluating all departmental programmes and projects.
As such, the mission is to undertake strategic studies to continuously and regularly assess, analyse data on the country's poverty situation, and regularly produce information on the state of social vulnerability of the country's most pauperized populations.
It is responsible for disseminating all the information collected in the form of an annual poverty report and its developments to the political authorities and the public at large.
Article 17: The Eudes and Prospection Directorate directs and directs the action of two services:
- The Evaluation Monitoring Service;
- The Studies and Statistics Service.
Article 18: The Directors are appointed by Order in Council of Ministers on the proposal of the Secretary of State for Social Affairs. It is terminated under the same conditions. The Heads of Services shall be appointed by decision, on the proposal of the Secretary of State for Social Affairs.
Article 19: The terms and conditions for the application of this Act are determined by Order in Council of Ministers on the proposal of the Secretary of State for Social Affairs.
Article 20: This Act repeals Act No. 169/AN/12/6th L establishing the Organisation and operation of the Secretariat of State with the Prime Minister, responsible for National Solidarity.
Article 21: This Act will be published upon promulgation.