For over 20 years EAC-GIZ works to achieve a market-driven, people-centred East African Community integration by strengthening the sustainable economic and social development of the EAC through partnership building, digital innovations, skills development and facilitation.
Based at the EAC Secretariat in Arusha and funded by the German government and the European Union, the EAC-GIZ team brings global expertise to assist the EAC as a partner in its implementation of a common market and customs union.
The Strategy intends to address challenges in the industry and serve as a road map to transform and develop the EAC leather and leather products value chain.
The study gives an overview about the current status of the potato sub-sector in the EAC.
All facts and impacts of MARKUP at one glance.