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A comprehensive analysis if the HIV & AIDS Legislation, Bills, Policies and Strategies in East African Community
Submitted by Christele Alexandra Diwouta, International consultant. Reviewed by Amitrajit Saha Senior Policy Adviser, HHD Team UNDP Regional Service Centre for Africa
EAC Regional Intellectual Property Policy on the utilisation of public health-related WTO-TRIPS flexibilities and the approximation of national intellectual property legislation
The overall objective of this Policy is to guide the EAC Partner States on how their national intellectual property legislation must be adjusted in order to enable them to fully utilise the Public Health-related WTO-TRIPS ...
Food and Nutrition Security Strategy 2019 –2023
The EAC Agriculture and Food Security Policy and other agricultural sector policies are based on the policies and programs of the Treaty establishing the East African Community (1999) and the EAC Agriculture and Rural ...
Aflatoxin: A threat to competitiveness of EAC Agricultural produce and products in domestic and international markets.
The EAC Partner States are losing trade and general market accessibility due to sale of aflatoxin contaminated foods. Aflatoxins are barriers to trade, notwithstanding the health implications to the consumer upon sustained ...
Mutual Recognition Procedure for the registration of veterinary medicines in the East African Community
Obtaining approval to place veterinary medicines on the market requires a Marketing Authorisation (MA) from the National Regulatory Authority in each Partner State where the product is to be sold. Up until now this involves ...
Mitigating harmful effects of Aflatoxin on animal health and productivity.
Livestock plays a key role in the economies and livelihoods of the people in the East African Community (EAC). The sector contributes an average of 10% of GDP of EAC partner states. Average contribution of livestock to ...