Tag: Trade

24
Oct

4th NATIONAL WOMEN’S WEEK: LIFE OF A WOMAN CROSS BORDER TRADER

4th NATIONAL WOMEN’S WEEK: LIFE OF A WOMAN CROSS BORDER TRADER The life of a woman cross border trader, challenges and opportunities in the EAC integration process 4th National Women’s Week: EASSI’s ultimate mandate under Women’s Economic Justice Project, WEJ is to link inland women to regional and international markets. This leads to the establishment of synergies between the Luweero

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11
Oct

GENDER AND TRADE

GENDER AND TRADE Gender and Trade. Other Publications: Research  |  Gender Tracking & Gender Barometer  |  Sustainable Development Agenda  |  WOGE Project

27
Sep

NTBs, Gender Responsive EAC Non-Tariff Barriers Act

NTBs, Gender Responsive EAC Non-Tariff Barriers Act NTBs, Non-Tariff Barriers are laws, regulations, administrative and technical requirements other than tariffs imposed by a Partner State. Their effect is to impede trade. In other words, NTBs are restrictions or obstacles to trade. Traders face Non – tariff barriers that include; import licensing, rules of valuation of goods at customs, rules of

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24
Aug

Consolidating the gains of women cross border traders in EAC economic integration process

ABOUT THE GENDER AND TRADE PROJECT In partnership with Trade Mark East Africa, EASSI has been implementing a project entitled, “Consolidating the gains of Women Cross Border Traders in the EAC Economic Integration process”. This project recognizes that trade policy reform in the EAC region needs to be inclusive of women doing business across the region. Under this project, EASSI

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1
Aug

Empowering Women Informal Cross Border Traders in the East African Common Market

About the Empowering Women Informal Cross Border Traders in the East African Common Market Project Women Informal Cross Border Traders largely use un-gazetted border crossing routes despite the integration of the East African Countries and coming of the Customs Union and Common Market Protocols. There was need to identify how the provisions in the Customs Union and Common Market Protocols can

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