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TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) is an aid-for-trade org funded by dev agencies of Belgium, Canada, Denmark, EU, Finland, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, UK & USA
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TradeMarkEastAfrica 3h
6 days to go! and invite researchers & policy practitioners to a symposium that explores effective participation & empowerment of women in trade for sustainable & inclusive socio-economic development. Submit your paper here
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HNgugi1 22h
Happy to see Port Reitz/Moi airport road compete & in use. Great infrastructure investment for trade facilitation.
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UK in Kenya 21h
Replying to @TradeMarkEastA
‘Mombasa is the gateway to East Africa’ The UK Government is supporting the development of Mombasa Port through . This includes the new Port Reitz road, easing congestion on Mombasa’s roads
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WTO 22h
Evdokia Moise, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), concluded the discussions in the second thematic session of the International Forum on Food Safety and Trade: 🔴Ensuring Synergies Between Food Safety and Trade Facilitation
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TradeMarkEastAfrica 22h
Earlier at International Forum on Food Safety & Trade. 's presented a case on TMEA's work on Standards and trade in safe food; positing that trade facilitation supports trade in safe food. Read more on our Standards work 👉
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Anne Mwangi 22h
Trade Facilitation and Food Safety are not in conflict. Trade Facilitation supports trade in Safe Food - from at the International Forum on Food Safety for Trade hosted at
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Leah 23h
Port Reitz/MIA Road now in use. Great partnerships at work. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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IOM Rwanda Apr 23
EU funded “Secure Cross-Border Social, Economic and Commercial Activities in the Great Lakes Region”: IOM and TMEA held today an inter-agency technical consultation with the Government of Rwanda to discuss the effectiveness of the action.
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Uganda Freight Forwarders Association Apr 24
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FEAFFA Apr 24
" is committed to ensuring capacity building of all agents in the logistics industry within EAC region comes to fruition" says during the opening remarks at CIC Meeting taking place today at Serena Hotel in Dar, Tanzania
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FEAFFA Apr 24
Mr. Olivier Nzitonda, Customs Senior Officer fellow in Burundi, currently updating the meeting on matters training in Burundi.
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FEAFFA Apr 24
"KESRA has a plan to implement to enhance student understanding on the practicability of what they are learning in class." Faith Mathenge, Freight Forwarding and Logistics Dept,
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TradeMarkEastAfrica Apr 23
The Women In Trade Program by seeks to empower women by powering trade. The success of the program is based on research. We are calling on all researchers to submit their papers for this year’s symposium. Click here for more info-
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Myra Deya Apr 23
to support contribute to export growth through increasing trade capacities of SMEs and promote increased use to technology, while addressing market entry barriers & competitiveness constraints in order to diversify exports
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TradeMarkEastAfrica Apr 23
7 days 2 go! Submit your paper online 👉 . Theme: Inclusive & Sustainable participation & empowerment of Deadline: 30 April'19. Successful papers will be presented & Nairobi Symposium in May'19 .
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UNCTAD Business Facilitation Apr 19
Thumbs up Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service for reducing the number of steps required to register as an exporter from 10 to 4 by using data to uncover simplification opps! Before: After simpl:
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moses sabiiti Apr 18
Great day with Uganda and South Sudan teams to plan the implementation of Strategy 2 programing. Excellent discussion with officials on
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Environment and Social Safeguards International Apr 17
if we need to achieve sustainable and tangible results from development projects, all stake holders MUST appreciate need for environment and social safeguards flameworks for communities
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Ahmed Farah Apr 17
Thank you HE Deputy President for according the opportunity to brief you on our current &future plans to support the economic development of and the ESA
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Frank Matsaert Apr 17
Delighted to join the Infrastructure Boma meeting in today discussing infrastructure priorities and private sector financing in opening up trade across Africa, graced by HE and my former Board Chair
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