This is a film about a Cross Border Field Simulation taking place at the border between Kenya and Tanzania in June 2019, supported by the GIZ-EAC project on Pandemic Preparedness in the East African region. The projects helps the East African Community enhance its crisis response capacity when facing outbreaks of pandemics such as Ebola, Rift Valley Fever etc.
For more information, download the brochure on Lessons learned from a Cross-Border Field Simulation Exercise between Kenya and Tanzania (GIZ 2019) (PDF, 7.65MB, EN)
Nairobi, Radisson Blue Hotel, 26 September 2019
The web site of the EU-EAC Market Access Upgrade Programme was officially launched in a festive event during the EAC High Level Trade Integration Conference.
The regional Centre of Excellence for Information and Communications Technology in East Africa (CENIT@EA) organised its second ICT4Business event on 10 September in Kampala, Uganda.
On 23 August, Prof Joyce Ndalichako, Minister of Education, Science and Technology of Tanzania, officially opened the Center of Excellence for Information and Communication Technology in East Africa (CENIT@EA).
The Centre of Excellence for Information and Communications Technology in East Africa (CENIT@EA) organised the event ICT4Business on 18 July in Kigali, Rwanda. Around 40 participants from the private and public sector discussed their needs and requirements for digitalisation and how CENIT@EA can provide relevant skills, capacities and know-how to the private and public sector to enable them to reap benefits from the digital transformation.