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Uganda has crafted a National policy on integration, which officials say would be used to guide its cooperation with member states - Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania.

  • The Chairman of the Summit, H.E. Uhuru Kenyatta
  • The EAC leaders Signed the Monetary Union Protocol in Kampala
  • Flags of the member States of the EAC Community
  • MEACA uses workshops to sensitize the stakeholders on the EAC Intergration process
  • Cake Cutting at the Launch of the MEACA Resource Center
  • MEACA Staff explaining the benefits of the EAC to the MDAs
  • The Best Ugandan Student in the EAC Eassy Competition receives his certificate
  • Lady Justice Monica Mugyenyi of EACJ takes her oath
  • EAC Leaders in a Plenary Session at the 15th Ordinary Summit in Kampala 2013
  • Knoweldge Sharing - MEAC Staff from Tanzania interact with our MEACA Staff

Minister’s Message

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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.

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UGANDA ALIGNS LAW S TO THE EAST AFRICAN COMMUNIT Y COMMON MARKET PROTOCOL (EAC CMP)

By Clare Olaki
Trade Law yer/TSU Through the Uganda Law Reform Commission and in collaboration with the
Ministry of East African Community Affairs, Uganda has started on the second batch of laws to be aligned to the EAC CMP.
The process is supported by Trade Mark  East Africa (TMEA).

While officiating at the launch function, MEACA State Minister Hon Shem Bageine, noted that all Partner States had undertaken to review their domestic laws which impact on the implementation of the CMP; “so as to remove any restrictions and where necessary amend the laws to ensure that they comply with the Treaty and the Protocol.”

The EAC CMP came to effect July 1, 2010 and consequently, Partners States have been working
towards the implementation of the Protocol which requires among others, aligning of National laws. This and many other updates are contained in the New Umoja magazine. Download here now.

 
Uganda's policy on EAC integration ready

Malcolm Spence of MEACA making a  presentation on the EAC Integration Draft Policy

By David Lumu

Uganda has crafted a national policy on integration, which officials say would be used to guide its cooperation with member states - Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania.

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