FEAFFA ANNUAL REPORT

2014 has been a year of great learning for the federation. Having started off without any assurance of financial resources to execute our activities, it therefore gives us a lot of satisfaction to have successfully ended the year. Key to note during the year was the successful completion of the EACFFPC training phase supported by TradeMark East Africa (TMEA), the board leadership and governance training, the advocacy on the single customs territory and the venturing into health programming for our industry. We also started the online registration of certified customs agents and freight forwarding professional practitioners whose details are now available on the FEAFFA website. We consider this a great stride towards the eventual professional development as we prepare for self-regulation of the industry. During the year, we developed and validated standard trading terms and conditions (STCs) which should aid service providers in contracting with their clients. It is our hope that the STCs will assist in safeguarding the interests of both the customs agents and freight forwarders and their customers and as result boost the image of our industry.......Readmore .......