TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) is seeking consultancy services to provide technical support to the partner states, in their implementation of the EAC Common Market Protocol and monitor progress made.
East Africa’s quest to improve service delivery at the ports of entry has gone a notch higher with Kenya joining Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania in domesticating a version of the East African Customs Agents and Freight Forwarders Management Model Bill 2017. Under the proposed Kenya Customs Agents and Freight Forwarders Bill, all agents will have […]
Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority (RURA) together with Trademark East Africa (TMEA) have put pen to paper on a $600,000 deal to facilitate the digitalization of major processes which will greatly improve ability to provide services to traders as well as monitor and enforce compliance to standards on selected imports. This was Wednesday afternoon at the […]
The Kenya Ports Authority has launched a blueprint highlighting measures it seeks to implement to boost, in the next three years, its trans-shipment business with East and Central African countries, which has remained stagnant for more than a decade. Its 2018-2047 masterplan targets more business with the ports of Dar Salaam Port and Djibouti, via […]
BACKGROUND Rwanda Agricultural Livestock Inspection and Certification Services (RALIS) a directorate under the Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources (MINAGRI) is a public institution responsible for the overall coordination of: the enforcement of the Rwanda plant health law and regulations for phytosanitary measures necessary for trade, Plant pest/disease monitoring, surveillance and diagnosis, conducting Pest Risk [...]