Licking Poverty in East Africa – The Lollipop Example
I don’t know where the photo came from or who the boys are, but I do know that it speaks volumes about the way trade could lift millions out of poverty.
Scheme wins second prize in the World Chambers of Commerce competition
The SMS non-tariff barrier reporting mechanism was developed so the business community could report issues and those in power could take action.
Landmark Scheme Puts Uganda Truckers In The Fast Lane
In Uganda actually obeying the rules and signing up for a computerised system has put truckers where they and their cargo want to be – in the fast lane…
Trade facilities PPP planned in Rwanda
A consortium led by Deloitte India has been appointed transaction advisor for the integrated national development of trade logistics facilities in Rwanda...
East Africa’s Women Border Traders Find Their Champions
They are as much a feature of Africa’s borders as immigration officials, barbed wire and bureaucracy. They are the service stations of Africa’s...
Frontier Justice – TMEA Helps People Know Their EAC Rights
There are huge gaps at the border between Uganda and Rwanda. They are not the tortuous hilltop roads smugglers pass to avoid customs …
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