Author: Willis Osemo

Human Resource expert

The COMESA Federation of National Associations of Women in Business (COMFWB) was established in July 1993 in Zimbabwe with the endorsement of the Authority made up of Heads of States and Governments of the COMESA member states. Mandate of COMFWB is anchored under Chapter 24 Article 155 of the COMESA Treaty, the crux which advocates…
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CONSULTANCY FOR EXPERT REVIEW AND DEVELOPMENT OF ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING AND COMBATING FINANCING OF TERRORISM RELATED LAWS FOR ZAMBIA

The COMESA Secretariat is inviting Individual Consultants to submit their CV and Financial Proposal for the above services: The Terms of Reference defining the minimum technical requirements for these services are attached as Annex 1 to this Request for Expression of Interest. Only Individual Consultants are eligible for this assignment Your Expression of Interest must…
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PROCUREMENT AWARD NOTICES 2021

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PRESS RELEASE: COMESA To Hold 8th Annual Research Forum

Lusaka, Zambia, Wed 8 Sept. 2021: The COMESA Secretariat will hold the Eighth Annual Research Forum virtually on 13-16 September 2021 due to COVID-19 restrictions. The theme for this year’s Forum is “Rethinking Trade and Doing Business in the Wake of COVID-19 Pandemic”. The theme has been motivated by the shock triggered by the COVID-19…
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CALL FOR PAPERS: International Conference on MSMEs and COVID-19: Impacts, Challenges and Opportunities

The COVID-19 pandemic has had significant impacts on the livelihood of each and everyone. Particularly, the MSMEs have been affected by the various measures and policies implemented by governments worldwide. Lockdowns, confinement, travel restrictions, vaccination requirements have all changed the daily routine of entrepreneurs. Being a category that remains highly vulnerable to shocks, MSMEs have…
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STATEMENT BY H.E. MS. CHILESHE MPUNDU KAPWEPWE SECRETARY GENERAL DURING THE OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE COMESA- AFRICA CDC MEETING ON EXPERIENCE SHARING ON VACCINES UPTAKE IN MEMBER STATES

Our Chief Guest, Honourable Dr Daniel Ngamije, Minister of Health in the Republic of Rwanda, Director of Africa CDC, Dr John Nkengasong  Permanent Secretaries and Senior Government Officials  The representatives of the Africa CDC Regional Collaborating Centres, Representatives of cooperating partners  Ambassador Dr Kipyego Cheluget, COMESA Assistant Secretary General in charge of Programmes,   Dr…
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Launch of the COMESA, Civil Society/Private Sector Online Platform (Video)

COMESA in partnership with the African Union, Economic Social and Cultural Council, (ECOSOCC) and the Save the Children International, have launched an online information-sharing platform to facilitate civil society organisations in the region to play a bigger role in conflict prevention and peacebuilding.

COMESA: Regional Enterprise Competitiveness and Access to Markets Programme (RECAMP): 2021 Call for Proposals to the Technical Assistance Facility

The COMESA Secretariat is inviting its member States to submit requests for support to the Technical Assistance Facility (TAF). The Facility aims at providing member States with technical and financial resources to implement at national level commitments made under Result 1 of the 11 European Development Fund (EDF) COMESA Regional Enterprise Competitiveness and Access to…
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Master of Regional Integration – University of Mauritius

The University of Mauritius, in collaboration with COMESA, is offering a Master of Regional Integration.  The online course will be of a duration of two years. The Master of Regional Integration offers practical skills and tools for policy development with a view to supporting the process of deepening Regional Integration in Africa. Information on the…
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Master of Regional Integration – Kenyatta University

Applications are invited from qualified applicants for the Master of Regional Integration, Second Cohort, to be offered through the Virtual and Open Learning (VOL) mode of study, beginning May 2021. The program is developed and delivered through collaborative efforts between Kenyatta University and the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA). It is designed…
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