ECOWAS Agricultural Trade (EAT) Project

  The BMZ funded regional ECOWAS Agricultural Trade (EAT) project is implemented by GIZ and officially started in January 2022 with a funding of 10 million euros for 5 years. The Project Management Unit is based in Abuja. Major activities will start from January 2023. The project focuses on five countries: Nigeria, Cote d'Ivoire, amd three others to be determined with a the partner. Budget : Euros 10m Duration : 5 years Objective : The objective of EAT is to improve institutional and technical requirements for intra-regional agricultural trade in the ECOWAS region and selected countries. The main partner is the ECOWAS commission (Directorates for Agriculture, Trade and Customers), regional organisations and national line Ministries or trade associations. EAT works on 3 components: 1. Strengthen the role of the ECOWAS Commission in coordinating sustainable gender-sensitive agricultural trade instruments with ECOWAS Member States 2. Support sustainable gender-sensitive agricultural t

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