The African Road Maintenance Funds Association (ARMFA) is an apolitical and non-profit making association with membership from 31 African countries; the headquarters is in Yaoundé, Cameroon.
ARMFA was formed in 2006 with the objective of developing a network for the exchange of information and experiences on the practices of financing road maintenance in Africa and the operation of the road funds themselves; and to encourage the promotion and strengthening of ties between road maintenance funds in Africa.
The Malawi Roads Fund Administration has been an active member of ARMFA since 2008.
Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority (MERA)is a corporate body established under the Energy Regulatory Act No. 20 of 2004 as the Energy Sector Wide Regulator.
The Roads Fund Administration main source of funds is collected by the Malawi Energy Regulatory Authority who collect the fuel levies from Petroleum Importing Companies.
The fuel levy is collected from petrol and diesel only once collected the funds are remitted to the Roads Fund on agreed timelines.
The Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) is an agency of the Government of Malawi responsible for assessment, collection and accounting for tax revenues.
The Roads Fund Administration effective 1 December 2014, outsourced the management and collection of international transit fees to the Malawi Revenue Authority.
The Roads Authority is a statutory body set up under the Roads Authority Act of 2006 for the purpose of managing the national road network including planning, designing, constructing, maintaining and rehabilitating roads and their related supervision.
The relationship between the Roads fund Administration and the Roads Authority is governed by a Procedures Agreement called the Annual National Roads Programme (ANRP)signed between the two institutions before the commencement of every financial year.
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