Programs

Current Programs

The freight logistics industry is very dynamic where the needs of customers and the operating environment keep changing making it increasing complex for the professionals to continue effectively executing their roles.

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FEAFFA with support from Trademark East Africa (TMEA) enhanced the FEAFFA Online Resource Centre (FORCE) to accommodate the new structure of the updated curriculum for customs clearing agents and freight forwarders in East Africa.

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Associations (FEAFFA) is rolling out the second phase of the EACFFPC training intervention for customs agents and freight forwarders in East Africa under the EAC Logistics Sector Skills Enhancement Programme of TMEA.

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This program aims at providing skills enhancement for customs agents, freight forwarders and warehouse providers in East Africa. It will offer timely training that is in tune with changing technologies and logistical needs, thus enabling customs agents and freight forwarders to provide competitive and high-quality end to end services. The program will also meet the need of the identified large skills gap in the EACs logistics sector; which has resulted to high costs to business. Some of the key project activities under this program will include;

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Past Programs

The Federation of East African Freight Forwarders Associations (FEAFFA) developed the professional code of conduct to bring members in order while conducting their business.

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Current Programs

TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) supported FEAFFA to domesticate the self-regulation bill in the republics of Uganda, Burundi and Tanzania.

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This program aims at providing skills enhancement for customs agents, freight forwarders and warehouse providers in East Africa. It will offer timely training that is in tune with changing technologies and logistical needs, thus enabling customs agents and freight forwarders to provide competitive and high-quality end to end services. The program will also meet the need of the identified large skills gap in the EACs logistics sector; which has resulted to high costs to business. Some of the key project activities under this program will include;

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Past Programs

FEAFFA, with support of TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) developed Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) to guide industry players in their day-to-day operations within East Africa as they continue providing the essential freight logistics services while maintaining the highest health and safety standards to ensure they remain free from COVID-19.

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The Global Logistics Conference is an annual freight logistics event of the Federation of East African Freight Forwarders Associations (FEAFFA). The inaugural edition was held in Tanzania in 2017. Two other editions were held in 2018 and 2019 in the republics of Uganda and Rwanda respectively.

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The Kenya International Freight and Warehousing Association (KIFWA) with support from the Business Advocacy Fund (BAF) and in collaboration with The Federation of East African Freight Forwarders Associations (FEAFFA) are seeking the adoption and enactment of the proposed Kenya Customs Agent and Freight Forwarders Bill in Kenya. This provides a framework for coordination, training and self-regulation of customs agents and freight forwarders.

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orwarders Associations (FEAFFA) to develop an interactive online digital platform for continuous sensitization and training of Customs clearing agents, freight forwarders and shippers on the revised EAC ROO in East Africa.

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Africa Trade and Investment Hub (the Hub) implemented one-year project on the revised EAC Rules of Origin (ROO).

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Current Programs
Past Programs
Current Programs
Past Programs

FEAFFA appreciates the contribution trade facilitation plays in reducing the cost of moving cargo across the region. As such, it has made it a point to support all efforts intended to simplify and harmonize business processes. One such program is the Authorised economic operator (AEO) program.

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The transport and logistics Industry plays a major role in the growth of the regional economies. Transporters and freight forwarders played a key role to ensure all national economies were supported to remain interdependent.

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The Federation of East African Freight Forwarders Associations (FEAFFA) and Shippers Council of Eastern Africa (SCEA) and in collaboration with the Africa Economic Research Consortium (AERC) are undertaking a regional study on the Impact of Covid19 on transport and Logistics in the EAC region.

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