The Agriculture Sector remains the backbone of Fiji’s economy since independence. Hence, its impacts cuts across all sectors and individuals in our developing nation.
As such, it is the overall mandate of the Ministry of Agriculture to provide food and nutrition security, income and employment through a modernized and resilient agriculture sector.
Its services are demarcated and driven by the five implementing divisions with service delivery offered via the Crop Extension Division, Crop Research Division, Animal Health & Production Division (AH&P), Human Resources, Finance and Information Division (HRF&I), and Economic Planning & Statistics Division (EP&S).
A sustainable, competitive and resilient agriculture sector.
To create an enabling environment that accelerates sustainability, economic opportunities, climatic viability, food and nutrition security for all Fijians.
Values are the positive behaviour attributes that the Ministry will actively nurture, encourage and support in all its dealings with stakeholders, including clients, staff, businesses and other people. Values guide the development of internal and external relationships. Our values :
Excellence → We are passionate, dedicated and committed to deliver the best agricultural services for all Fijians.
Integrity → We are committed to the highest ethical standards – honesty, transparency and trustworthiness.
Accountability → We are responsible for our actions and decisions, committed to delivering the best for all Fijians.
Innovation → We nurture creative and new ideas and constantly adapt to the ever-changing needs of our environment.
Partnership → We demonstrate full commitment to relationships with our business partners. We are fair in our approach and ensure that we maintain long term business relationships.
Commitment → We are committed to deliver and reflect on all our values in our daily work.