Officials from MEACA leadng other stakeholders as they celebrated the EAC Week - Dec 2014
MEACA supports and encourages all schools to setup EAC clubs
MEACA Supports all EAC School Clubs with EAC Resources
EAC School Clubs spread EAC Awareness through different Activities such as Debates
MEACA marked the 2014 EAC Awareness week with several activities
Graduands of free Kiswahili lessons receive Certificates from Hon Shem Bagaine
Chairperson of the Parliamentary Committee on EAC Affairs, Hon. Tonny Ayoo spreading EAC awareness to the masses
EAC Minister,Hon Shem Bagaine, hands over EAC resources & materials to leaders of districts
Some of the legislators at an EAC Out Reach Event
MEACA Staff taking part in an EAC Awareness Walk in Kampala
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On behalf of the Government and People of the Republic of Uganda and on my own behalf, I take this opportunity to welcome our esteemed guests to the Ministry of East African Community Affairs (MEACA) website.
|STATEMENT FROM 13TH EXTRA ORDINARY SUMMIT OF THE EAC HEADS OF STATE|
THEME: ONE PEOPLE, ONE DESTINY
STATE HOUSE CONFERENCE HALL, DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA, 13TH MAY 2015
THE HEADS OF STATE CONSULTED ON THE SITUATION IN BURUNDI. AT THE TIME THEY WERE CONSULTING, THERE WERE NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN BURUNDI: -
1. SUMMIT CONDEMNS THE COUP IN BURUNDI AND CALLS FOR THE RETURN TO CONSITUTIONAL ORDER.
2. GIVEN THE SITUATION IN BURUNDI, CONDITIONS ARE NOT CONDUCIVE FOR ELECTIONS IN BURUNDI AND THE SUMMIT CALLS UPON THE AUTHORITIES TO POSPTONE THE ELECTIONS FOR A PERIOD NOT BEYOND THE MANDATE OF THE CURRENT GOVERNMENT.
3. AS THE REGION CONTINUES TO CONSULT WITH ALL STAKEHOLDERS TO MAKE SURE THAT THE SITUATION IN BURUNDI NORMALISES AND ELECTIONS CAN BE HELD IN A FREE, FAIR AND PEACEFUL MANNER IN RESPECT OF THE CONSTITUTION OF BURUNDI, THE LAWS OF BURUNDI AND THE ARUSHA PEACE AND RECONCILIATION AGREEMENT; THE SUMMIT CONDEMNS VIOLENCE AND CALLS ON ALL PARTIES TO MAKE SURE THAT VIOLENCE STOPS.
|EAC goes high tech: Video conferencing to save time and travel costs|
MEACA staff in the video conference room confer with their counterparts in the different Capitals Cities and Arusha, the EAC Headquarters
The East African Community has launched a Video Conferencing facility that is expected to reduce the costs that have hitherto been incurred in travel to attend meetings. The state of art teleconferencing facility that links the five partner states and the EAC Secretariat was unveiled by the EAC Heads of State during their 16th Ordinary Summit on 20th February 2015, in Nairobi Kenya.
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The Department is headed by the Under Secretary and consists of
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