SCEA PARTICIPATES IN THE AFRICA TRANSPORT POLICY PROGRAM (SSATP/WORLD BANK) ANNUAL MEETING AT HILTON TRANSCORP HOTEL, ABUJA, NIGERIA, 1ST - 6TH JULY, 2018.

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The chief executive of SCEA Gilbert Langat is among the distinguished delegates participating in the High Level Annual meeting of the Africa Transport Policy program of the World Bank (SSATP).

The Africa Transport Policy Program (SSATP) is an international Partnership of 41 Countries, Regional Economic Communities (RECs), African Institutions (African Union Commission-AUC, United Nations Economic Commission for Africa-UNECA, Public and private Sector Organizations; International Development agencies with a Mission to facilitate Policy Development and Related Capacity Building in Africa’s transport sector.

The SSATP is recognized and Respected as a key transport Policy Development forum for africa, bringing Together Policy decision Makers and stakeholders, while developing networks of specialists- Researchers, operators and consultants.

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The Abuja meeting Brought together Ministers Responsible for Transport in Africa, Heads of Regional Economic Communities (RECs) such as EAC, SDAC, COMESA, ECOWAS, UAMOA, Corridor management Institutions (CMIs) such as NCTTCA, DAR Corridor, Central Corridor, Maputo Corridor Initiative (MCLI), Walvis Bay Corridor, West Africa and Central Africa Corridor Institutions, Development Partners Including World Bank, AFDB, ADP, USAID, Private Sector SCEA, UASC, FEAFFA, ACMA among leading Transport and Logistics Experts . The Meeting discusses priority developments and interventions towards connecting Africa and access to Market of 1.5Billion People whose current Intra Africa Trade is less than 20% and share experiences and best Practices for development of corridors in Africa. The Meeting was officially opened by The Federal Minister of Transportation, Nigeria Hon. Rotimi Amaechi.

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