The Common Market for Eastern and Southern African Countries (COMESA) is well endowed with the highest population of livestock and therefore huge potential for intra-regional trade as well as trade with other markets.
This is a comprehensive report that highlights the achievements of COMESA and its institutions in implementing the regional integration agenda covering key milestones and the initiatives put in place to overcome emerging challenges
This is a periodical publication that has been authorized to publish legal notices that have been agreed upon by Member States to guide the regional integration agenda. The Gazette provides a consolidated list of all the Decisions of the Council of Ministers made during their meetings and are binding to the Member States.
The Treaty is the covenant that was agreed upon by the sovereign States that established the Preferential Trade Area (PTA) of Eastern and Southern Africa, the predecessor to the current Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa – COMESA. The Treaty is the guiding document of the Common Market.
This is a five- year planning tool that the organization uses to marshal both financial and non-financial resources to deliver on the mandate of the organization in the implementation of regional integration programmes.
This Publication traces the origins of COMESA from the 1960s through the Preferential Trade Area (PTA) days to the present. It highlights the journey showcasing the role the forefathers played to bring the Member States together in the quest of economic emancipation.