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Feb

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CCTTFA sponsors 10 students from member countries to study Maritime in Dar

Students posed for a group photo after a meeting between DMI, CCTTFA and student to evaluate the programme in Dar es Salaam in January 19, 2018. The Central Corridor Transit Transport Facilitation Agency (CCTTFA) is proud to be sponsoring 10 students from Central Corridor five-member countries to study maritime courses at the Dar es Salaam

14
Dec

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CCTTFA signs cooperation agreement with the Port of Antwerp Training Centre

The Central Corridor Transit Transport Facilitation Agency (CCTTFA) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Antwerp Port Training Centre (APEC) to establish and deepen cooperation on matters related to maritime transport and port operations management for Central Corridor Countries. The Cooperation would be on basis of experience sharing, create economic opportunities and promote

11
Dec

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The World Bank pledges US$ 600 million for an integrated Lake Tanganyika transport programme to improve trade competitiveness along the Central Corridor

The World Bank (WB) recently pledged US$ 600 million to support an integrated Lake Tanganyika transport programme to improve trade competitiveness along the Central Corridor. The amount is part of the the $1 billion programme to implement various projects in the Lake Tanganyika Basin. WB pledges were availed recently during a workshop of Regional Bodies

28
Oct

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Rwandan Minister hold talks with Central Corridor Secretariat

Rwanda Minister of State in-charge of Transport from the Ministry of Infrastructure Hon. Jean De Dieu Uwihanganye, on Friday October 27th, 2017 held talks with the Central Corridor Transit Transport Facilitation Agency (CCTTFA) Executive Secretary, Capt. Dieudonne Dukundane on the status and way forward on implementation of key programmes and projects along the Central Corridor.

28
Oct

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TTFA EXECUTIVE SECRETARY CAPT. DIEUDONNE DUKUNDANE ADDRESSES THE TRIPARTITE MEETING

SPEECH BY CAPT. DIEUDONNE DUKUNDANE, EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, CENTRAL ACORRIDOR TRANSIT TRANSPORT FACILITATION AGENCY AT THE LAUNCH OF THE TRIPARTITE TRANSPORT AND TRANSIT FACILITATION PROGRAMME (TTTFP): DEEPENING COMESA-EAC-SADC INTEGRATION      Serena Hotel, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 26th October, 2017   Honourable Aggrey Henry Bagiire, Uganda State Minister for Transport, Chairperson of the Tripartite Sectoral Ministerial

27
Oct

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COMESA-EAC-SADC launch the Tripartite Transport & Transit Facilitation Programme (TTTFP) during the First Meeting of Tripartite Sectoral Committee of Ministers of Infrastructure in Dar es Salaam

                                                           PRESS RELEASE Dar es Salaam 26th October, 2017 The high ratio of landlocked countries, the long distances to gateway ports, the lack of an integrated and liberalised road transport market in the East and Southern African region pose numerous obstacles and impediments to trade. These challenges cause severe delays, increase transport costs, endanger road

28
Aug

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One Stop Border Posts cut transit trucks border crossing time by 55%

TRANSPORTERS along the Central Corridor have reasons to smile as the latest data reveals that the full operationalization of the One Stop Border Posts (OSBP) concept in 2016 has on average slashed transit trucks’ border crossing time by 55 percent compared to 2015. As of December 2016, crossing time at Rusumo, Mutukula and Kobero OSBPs

29
Jul

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Joint Communiqué of the 1st High Level Ministerial Consultative Meeting on the Development of the Central Corridor/Lake Tanganyika Integrated Transport System

Joint Communiqué of the 1st High Level Ministerial Consultative Meeting on the Development of the Central Corridor/Lake Tanganyika Integrated Transport System (LTITS), done in Kigoma, United Republic of Tanzania on 27th July, 2017. The 1st High Level Ministerial Consultative Meeting on the Development of the Central Corridor/Lake Tanganyika Integrated Transport System was officially opened and

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Jul

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Uganda to implement Bus Rapid Transit to de-congest Kampala City

  The Uganda State Minister for Transport Hon. Aggrey Bagaiire (right) has announced this week that his government will implement the Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) concept in order to de-congest the jam-prone City of Kampala. Mr Bagiire made the announcement after visiting the Dar es Salaam Rapid Transport (DART) project, popularly known as ‘Mwendokasi’, which

14
Jul

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Tanzania and Uganda signs MOU to re-open Mwanza -Port Bell route

Dar es Salaam 13th July 2017: Tanzania and Uganda have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on joint ministerial cooperation and improvement of Ports, inland waterways and Railway transport in order to increase transit trade among them. The agreement will see the re-opening of the multi-modal transport route from Dar es Salaam Port to Port

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