East African Community


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East African Community

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an association established in 1967 by Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania to promote closer economic and social ties between member states: dissolved in 1977, but reformed in 1999, and joined in 2007 by Burundi and Rwanda
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The Secretary-General reiterates the need to intensify efforts to find a negotiated settlement to the crisis in Burundi and calls on all parties concerned to engage fully and in good faith in the peace process led by the East African Community (EAC).
states of the East African Community to come up with one uniform law which w ould help in tackling the menace of illicit trade, noting that it was not only a
According to the Rwanda ministry of East African Community Affairs report, studies conducted by member countries of the East African Community (EAC) showed that the Tanzanian option would cost Rwanda about 800 to 900 million U.
By Isaiah Abraham September 27, 2011 -- The Republic of the Sudan has formally written to East African Community (EAC) leadership in Arusha for membership.
We're aware that people are not happy with paying for more than one visa when visiting the region," said Shedrack Mashauri, principal tourism officer for the East African Community.
In order to ease trade between the member states, a Free Trade Area (FTA) deal was inked in June between the main three economic blocs in Africa the COMESA, The East African Community (EAC), and the Southern African Development Community (SADC).
September 12, 2011 (JUBA) - South Sudan on Sunday said an attempt by north Sudan to join the five-nation East African Community (EAC) regional body has hit a difficulty, saying the admission of north Sudan would only be possible through the newly established Republic of South Sudan.
Member states of the East African Community (EAC), Southern African Development Cooperation (SADC), and Common Markets of East and Southern Africa (Comesa) believe they will have a better chance of improving on resources, manpower and communication if they dissolve their sub-regional bloc and merge into one.
The East African Community (EAC) Secretary General, Richard Sezibera revealed that nationals of the 5-member community bloc will soon be in a situation to avail regional e-passports.
The project is being undertaken by the East African Community at a total cost of $140m.
The East African Community (EAC) Secretary General, Richard Sezibera has revealed that citizens of the five-member community bloc would soon be able to use regional e-passports.
The one-year course at Tanzania's Mweka College of African Wildlife Management is dedicated to producing field rangers and guides with up-to-date field knowledge to boost the quality of tourism offered by East African Community countries.
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