Giustizia, Pace, Integrità del Creato
Giustizia, Pace, Integrità del Creato
Giustizia, Pace, Integrità<br /> del Creato
Giustizia, Pace, Integrità del Creato
Giustizia, Pace, Integrità del Creato
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This web side has done good work “to improve trade performance and competitiveness of the Eastern and Southern Africa regions – contributing to sustainable, rapid and inclusive growth and poverty reduction”, as it is said in the Self Presentation. Surprising news announce of closure. It will be interesting to know the ideological and political reasons hidden behind the economical cut. (Jpic-jp.org)
Closure of TradeMark Southern Africa
The Secretary of State of the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) has decided to terminate its financial contribution to TradeMark Southern Africa (TMSA), as announced on 4 December 2013.  The Secretary of State’s written statement to Parliament on TMSA’s early closure, and the reasons she gave for this decision, can be accessed here. As DFID is the sole financier of the TMSA programme of support to the COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite, TMSA will officially be closed from 17 March 2014.

Self Presentation

The purpose of the TradeMark Southern Africa (TMSA) programme is to improve trade performance and competitiveness of the Eastern and Southern Africa regions – contributing to sustainable, rapid and inclusive growth and poverty reduction.

As such, the TradeMark Southern Africa programme supports the work of the 26-member Tripartite of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), the East African Community (EAC) and the Southern African Development Community (SADC). 

The £100m, 5-year programme is funded by the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) as a Follow-on from the highly successful Regional Trade Facilitation Programme (RTFP), funded by DFID between 2003 and 2009. 

TMSA formally opened Project Management Unit in Pretoria, South Africa, on 15 July 2010.  TMSA's work programme has three main components, namely infrastructure development, trade policy capacity development and trade facilitation. 

TradeMark Southern Africa is hosted by the COMESA and is governed by a Memorandum of Understanding between DFID and COMESA.

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