The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) is a regional grouping of twenty-one African States which have agreed to cooperate in the development of their respective economies through regional integration and trade development. COMESA’s regional integration strategy is based on the setting up of regional policies aimed at transforming the region into a single market and facilitating the integration of its member states into the world economy.
The Preferential Trade Area (PTA), COMESA’s predecessor; established, by a Protocol a compulsory Third Party Motor Vehicle Insurance (Yellow Card) Scheme to provide at least a minimum guarantee, as those required by the laws enforce in the territories of the parties to the Protocol, when the vehicle insured are transiting the territories of other contracting parties. Thereby facilitating the smooth movement of vehicles in the Region and ensure payment of compensation to road accident victims injured by the transiting vehicles.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified and experienced professionals from Yellow Card Participating Member Countries for the position below:
Chief Programme Director – P5
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