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ESAMI-trapca is taking a pivotal step in empowering Somalia’s journey towards World Trade Organization (WTO) membership by spearheading a comprehensive training program on trade and trade-related issues. This initiative, supported by the Enhanced Integrated Framework Trust Fund (EIF), through the World Bank, aims to equip Somali government officials with the expertise and skills necessary to...
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ESAMI-trapca is proud to present its prospective graduates from across Africa as they defend their master’s theses in International Trade Policy and Trade Law. The thesis defense is a culmination of a rigorous academic journey that has prepared these individuals to make significant contributions to the field of international trade. The defence seminar is being...
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The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) launched its 2023 Commodities and Development Report at the Eastern and Southern African Management Institute (ESAMI) in Arusha, Tanzania. The launch ceremony was presided over by the ESAMI Director of Finance and Administration, Dr David Kalaba, who expressed his excitement about the report and its potential...
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Africa has the youngest population in the world, with 70% of sub-Saharan Africa under the age of 30. On World Youth Skills Day, ESAMI-trapca joins the world in recognising the potential of young people as catalysts for trade and developmant and commit to providing them with the trade knowledge, experience and opportunities they need to...
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Alumni Spotlight: Celebrating our Graduate’s Success! ESAMI Trade Policy Training Centre in Africa – ESAMI-trapca takes immense pride in our MSc Trade Policy and Trade Law alumni. They play a pivotal role in shaping national, regional, continental, and multilateral trade agendas, enabling countries to harness opportunities from international trade arrangements. With their trade expertise, competence,...
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Small to Medium Enterprises(SMEs) bear the burden of inefficiencies that come with a lack of digital infrastructure, a non-inclusive financial sector, cumbersome costly border procedures, and stringent trade restrictive regulatory framework of standards. Regulatory barriers, including excessive bureaucracy, high taxes, and complex legal frameworks, hamper the growth and cross-border expansion of  SMEs. Despite the many...
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ESAMI-trapca through our Trade Facilitation Expert – cum Digital Trade Expert, Tsotetsi Makong, is providing technical support in the formulation of the East African Community’s (EAC) consideration of outstanding negotiation issues in the context of AfCFTA Protocol on Digital Trade negotiations. This invaluable support is being offered during the EAC Experts Meeting on AfCFTA’s Draft 2.0...
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Our Head of Centre Dr Caiphas Chekwoti, who doubles up as the WTO Chair in Tanzania spoke on the Investment facilitation aspects of the AfCFTA Protocol on investment, synergies with the #IFD Agreement, including implementation and technical-assistance and capacity-building support needs at the ongoing WTO Chairs conference in Geneva. See below what he said. “Logistics...
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