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South Sudan Bureau of Standards established
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  • South Sudan Bureau of Standards established

    South Sudan National Bureau of Standards simplifies and increases the transparency of import/export procedures; producers improve the quality of products produced; bureau of standards staff and producers improve their understanding of standards and requirements. This will in turn lead to the national bureau of standards improving efficiency and effectiveness of testing.

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  • Support to EACSOF

    Rwanda Civil Society platforms’ capacity strengthened to effectively engage in EAC issues and to influence regional integration policies and practices. This will lead to PSO/CSO organisations positively influencing regional integration policies and practices for growth in trade.

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  • Rwanda Private Sector Federation: organisational capacity development

    The Rwanda Private Sector Federation increases its level of success in advocating for improvement in the business environment. This will contribute to achieving a private sector led sustainable economic growth and social development which will positively influence regional integration policies and practices for growth in trade.

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  • Rwanda NTB National Monitoring Committee established

    Enhance the capacity of the National Monitoring Committee and other institutions involved in the elimination of NTB’s that affect imports into and exports out of Rwanda in the context of the EAC Time-Bound Program for Elimination of NTB’s

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  • RBS institutional capacity strengthened

    Rwanda Bureau of Standards (RBS) simplify and increase the transparency of import/ export procedures; producers improve the quality of products produced; bureau of standards staff and producers improve their understanding of standards and requirements. Together, the results lead to national bureau of standards improves efficiency and effectiveness of testing.

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  • Rwanda ESW and upgrade of CMS

    Greater efficiency, transparency and accountability into the goods clearance processes which will contribute to a reduction in transport costs and time in East Africa

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  • East Africa standards platform

    EAC partner states implement harmonised priority standards; reduction in the cost of compliance with standards within the EAC; bureau of standards and producers improve their understanding of standards and requirements. Together the results lead to a reduction in the cost and time of doing business in the EAC region

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  • One Stop Border Post at Tunduma (Tanzania)

    Efficient border processing, improved knowledge and skills of border agencies and compliance with border procedures will reduce waiting times at the Tunduma border point. This will contribute to reducing trade costs in East Africa.

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  • Support to Uganda Revenue Authority (URA) to Improve Customs Systems

    Uganda Revenue Authority improves the efficiency of customs processing resulting in higher revenue collections and a decrease in average time to clear customs consignments. These results will contribute to trade costs in East Africa.

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  • Kenya Bureau of Standards testing

    KEBS staff and producers improve their understanding of standards and requirements, increased number and range of parameters tested by KEBs and simplified and more transparency of import/ export procedures.

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  • One Stop Border Post at Kobero (Burundi) /Kabanga (Tanzania)

    Improved physical infrastructure that is fit for purpose will contribute to reducing the time that it takes for goods to cross the Burundi-Tanzanian border, which will in turn contribute to reducing trade costs in East Africa.

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  • One Stop Border Post at Mutukula (Uganda/Tanzania)

    Improved physical border infrastructure, harmonized working procedures, faster customs processing and information sharing will reduce waiting times at the Mutukula border point. This will contribute to reducing trade costs in East Africa.

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