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February 10, 2016

The Common Market for East and Southern Africa (COMESA) is a regional organization of 19 African Member States. The COMESA  mission is to “endeavor to achieve sustainable economic and social progress ... particularly in trade, customs and monetary affairs, transport, communication and information, technology, industry and energy, gender, agriculture, environment and natural resources.” 

February 10, 2016
The East African Community (EAC), consisting of Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda, is a leading regional economic organization in sub- Saharan Africa, and has made great strides in recent years toward integration. The EAC has a combined population of more than 153 million and a GDP of $109 billion. USAID supports the EAC to improve the quality of life of the people of East Africa through increased competitiveness, value added production, enhanced food security, trade and investment.
 
January 28, 2016
Regional integration is an important element for economic development in East Africa.
               
January 25, 2016
East African farmers introduced to new markets at Farm-Trade meeting
 
January 25, 2016
A Tanzanian farmer evades the poverty trap
 
Omary’s income in 2009 was US$165, less than a dollar a day. He was better off than most small-scaled farmers in Morogoro, though. He planted maize on 2-3 acres of land, using indigenous grain acquired from friends and family. He had never thought of using fertilizer on his land. Omary was not sure about his farm’s yield.
 

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