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conference filled  About the Retreat

Deepening and Widening Regional Integration through Infrastructure and Health Sector Development in the EAC Partner States
 

presenter  Speakers

Presentations on priority areas of focus in infrasttucture and health financing and development in the EAC Region
 

Collaboration icon  Round Tables

The separate donor round tables at ministerial level to generate refined outcome documents that will subsequently be presented to the  Retreat
 

Registration  Registration

Due to various circumstances beyond our control, the Retreat is by Invitation. Participants who have received an Invitation Letter can confirm thier participation by registering online:
 
 

Calendar   Programme

Discover the updates of the programme, round tables sessions and the Exhibition…
 
 

Exhibitor  Exhibition

Show-casing products and services in Infrastrcuture and Health Sectors
 
 

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 About the Retreat

The Joint EAC Heads of State Retreat on Infrastructure and Health Financing and Development brings together two events namely the 4th EAC Heads of State Retreat on Infrastructure Financing and Development and the 1st EAC Summit on Investment in Health and Health Sector Investors and Donors Round Table and International Exhibition. The Heads of State Retreat aims at accelerating the attainment of the objectives of the EAC Development Strategy, Agenda 2063 and the Sustainable Development Goals in the infrastructure and health sectors.

 
Background to the 4th EAC Heads of State Retreat on Infrastructure Financing and Development

The EAC Heads of State Retreats on infrastructure financing and development aims at supporting infrastructure development to facilitate regional integration and socio-economic development in the EAC. To date, three retreats have been held so far, in 2010, 2012 and 2014. During the 2nd Retreat, the Heads of State institutionalized the retreat on infrastructure development and financing to be held once every two years.

Through the Heads of State Retreat, several projects in transport, energy, communication and civil aviation have been identified for development at the regional level and resources mobilized for their implementation.

The Council endorsed the convening of the 4th Heads of State Retreat on Infrastructure Financing and Development as part of the proceedings of the 19th Summit of the EAC Heads of State (EAC/CM35/Decision 49).

 

Background to the 1st EAC Heads of State Summit on Investment in Health and Health Sector Investors’ and Donors’ Round Table and International Exhibition


The 1st EAC Heads of State Summit on Investment in Health is a premier event of the EAC Heads of State on matters of health. Convening of the 1st Summit on Investment in Health was recommended in June 2016 by the 12th Sectoral Council on Health and subsequently adopted in April 2017 by the 35th Meeting of the EAC Council of Ministers (EAC/CM 35/Decision 63).

The region, like other low and middle-income regions, is experiencing a concurrent triple burden of common infectious diseases such as malaria, HIV/AIDS and Tuberculosis and maternal and child health complications; non-communicable diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes and cancers; and epidemic and pandemic diseases related to increasing globalization, trade and climate change.

Convening of the event is therefore in recognition of the fact that the EAC region is undergoing major public health transformations fueled by changing human-animal-environmental interactions, population dynamics and socio-economic development.


Background to the Joint EAC Heads of State Retreat on Infrastructure and Health Financing and Development

The previous EAC Heads of State Retreat on Infrastructure Financing and Development provided high-level political push for investments in major infrastructure projects in the region. The EAC seeks to replicate this support for the health sector so as to advance the health and wellbeing of East Africans.

For practical/logistical and efficiency reasons the EAC Secretariat and Partner States have opted to combine the events through a “Joint EAC Heads of State Retreat on Infrastructure and Health Financing and Development” which is scheduled for 22nd February 2018. The joint retreat will be preceded by the separate infrastructure and health sector investors’ and donors’ roundtables on 21st February 2018. An infrastructure and health exhibition bringing together international and regional exhibitors has been organized for both 21st and 22nd February 2018.

The separate donor round tables will be held at ministerial level to generate refined outcome documents that will subsequently be presented to the Joint EAC Heads of State Retreat on Infrastructure and Health Financing and Development.

 

Areas of Focus
infrastructureFocus areas of the retreat under the infrastructure sector
The Joint Retreat is being convened at a time when the region’s ten (10) year infrastructure priorities that were agreed upon during the 3rd HOS Retreat held on 29th November, 2014 in Nairobi have transitioned from conception phase to the implementation phase. The joint retreat will among others review the status of implementation of the priority projects including relevant policy directives, mobilization of the required financing and implementation of the resolutions proposed to address the challenges observed at the 3rd Retreat.

The Retreat will be targeting key priority projects in railways, ports and inland waterways, energy and connecting roads prioritized to decongest the cities and enhance ports logistics. Likewise, as agreed during the 3rd Retreat, the 4th Retreat is expected to receive a report on the projects and programs of the civil aviation and airports sub sectors. Further, the Heads of State will consider the strategies being developed to engage with the private sector in the development of these projects, the enhanced collaboration with the development partners (in particular African Development Bank (AfDB) under the Programme for Infrastructure Development for Africa (PIDA); the World Bank, the EU, JICA and TMEA among others.

The Heads of State (HoS) will, therefore, be looking for concise documentation on progress on the implementation of the key flagship projects with clear recommendations to add pace to the development of regional infrastructure.


healthFocus areas of the retreat under the health sector
Through this high-level event, the East African Community expects to build consensus on priority health infrastructure, systems, services and research investment with the highest potential to accelerate progress towards Universal Health Coverage and the health related Sustainable Development Goals.

The Joint Retreat is being held at a time when the EAC Partner States are expanding the capacity for the delivery of high quality health services, training and research such as through the African Development Bank/Partner States’ financed regional centers of excellence (RCoE) for Kidney Diseases (Kenya); Heart Diseases (The United Republic of Tanzania); Cancer (Uganda); eHealth, Biomedical Engineering and Health Rehabilitation Sciences (Rwanda); and Vaccines, Immunization and Health Supply Chain Management (Rwanda). With support from the Federal Government of Germany (through the German Development Bank), the Partner States are also jointly operationalizing an EAC Regional Network of Reference Laboratories for Communicable Diseases (including rapid deployment of state of the art mobile diagnostic medical laboratories) to strengthen the region’s capacity diagnose to respond to pathogens of biosafety level 3 and 4 nature and other outbreaks of infectious diseases, prone to cause cross-border epidemics.

Further, the retreat will provide policy guidance on EAC’s agenda to eliminate AIDS and preventable maternal and child deaths by 2030; advance medical tourism; strengthen pandemic preparedness and response; enhance local manufacturing of medicines and health products; and catalyze job creation through the health sector thereby ultimately expanding and consolidating health sector contribution to the socio-economic development of the region.

 

Purpose

Under infrastructure, the Heads of State Retreat will be addressing itself to:

  1. Development of quality, reliable, sustainable and resilient infrastructure and quicker delivery of the same, including regional and trans-border infrastructure, to support economic development and human well-being, with a focus on affordable and equitable access for all;

  2. The rapid enhancement of transport efficiency in the EAC through the development of interconnected multimodal transport systems (rail, road, pipelines, inland waterways, airports and seaports among others), which would result in the reduction of transportation costs and times as well as improved movement of goods, services and persons;

  3. Development of reliable and interconnected power grids to facilitate the necessary industrial development of the region through the availability of reliable and cost-effective power supply as a prerequisite for attracting investments and sustaining industries; and

  4. The realisation of the necessary financing, legal frameworks, political underpinnings, and regional coordination capacities to fast track the priority infrastructure projects for the region.

Under the health sector, the Heads of State Retreat will be addressing itself to:

  1. Building consensus on regional health sector investment priorities for the attainment of Universal Health Coverage and the Sustainable Development Goals;

  2. Showcasing the major health sector investments and opportunities in the Partner States;

  3. Mobilizing investment in the health sector in identified priority areas; and

  4. Revitalizing regional partnerships and linkages for improved health outcomes for the EAC Partner States

Expected Participants

The Retreat is expected to be graced by the EAC Heads of State; Ministers, Permanent/Principal Secretaries and Senior Officials from government institutions and agencies; high-level guests from the international community including AU, Heads of Regional Economic Communities (RECs) from the COMESA, SADC, IGAD, International and sub-regional organizations. Also expected are multi-lateral and bi-lateral development partners, international financial institutions, corridor management agencies, local and international investors/private sector, Universities, and civil society and EAC Organs and Institutions. The retreat is expected to have about 700 participants including local and international exhibitors.

Expected Outcome
During the Retreat, Partner States will have an opportunity to showcase prioritized projects and engage with prospective investors for project uptakes. Therefore, the Retreat is expected to give impetus to infrastructure and health development by way of possible funding commitments, political support to flagship projects, possible Public Private Partnership arrangements and a projects implementation roadmap.

Programme

Round Table on Infrastrcuture Development and Financing in the EAC

21st February 2018

Moderated by Mr. Philip Wambugu, OGW - Consultant

TIME

ACTIVITY

RESPONSIBILITY

0830 - 0930 Hrs

Registration of Participants, Entertainment and Refreshments
Arrival of Ministers and Invited Guests

EAC Secretariat

0930 - 1030 Hrs

National and EAC Anthem

Welcome Remarks and Objectives of the Investors and Donors Round Table
Eng. Steven M. Mlote
Deputy Secretary General - Planning and Infrastructure
EAC

EAC Secretariat

Opening Remarks by the Chair of the Sectoral Council on Transport, Communications and Meteorolog (TCM)
Hon. Monica Azuba Ntege
Minister of Works and Transport
Uganda

Minister of Works and Transport

Key Note Speech by AUC
Infrastructure and Energy Financing and Development in Africa: Current and Future Outlook
Dr. Amani ABOU-ZEID
Commissioner for Infrastructure and Energy
African Union Commission

African Union Commission

1030 - 1040 Hrs Video Documentatry on Infrastructure Subsectors EAC Secretariat
1040 - 1100 Hrs HEALTH BREAK EAC Secretariat

1100 - 1120 Hrs

Presentation on the implementation of the Heads of State Directives and Priority Infrastructure Projects
Dr. Kamugisha Kazaura
Director of Infrastructure
EAC

Director of Infrastructure

1120 - 1300 Hrs

Presentations by Cooperating Partners and Investors on resource mobilization, funding and investment in Infrastructure Projects in the EAC ( Not Exceeding 8 Mins each)

  • Improvement of the East African Maritime Gateways and Integrated Corridor Development, a focus on ongoing activities, pipeline and priorities by the World Bank - Mr. Martin Humphreys, Lead Transport Economist, World Bank.
  • Promoting the Energy and Industrialization Nexus through Regional Investments - Mr. Gabriel Negatu, Director General, AfDB Regional Resources Centre, Nairobi.
  • Updates on Transit and Transport Facilitation across the Tripartite Region (COMESA-EAC-SADC) - Mr. Fabio De Stephano, Head of Section- Infrastructure, EU-Delegation, Tanzania.
  • Railway Sector Enhancement in EAC: Opportunities and Strategic Financing Options - Mr. Lin Zhiyong, Chief Economic and Commercial Representative, Embassy of China in Tanzania.
  • Investing in the Corridor Based Intermodal Transport for Enhanced Regional Integration and Competitiveness - Mr. Toshio Nagase, Chief Representative, JICA Tanzania Office, JICA.

  • Trade and Transport Facilitation in EAC: Current and Future Prospects - Frank Matsaert, CEO, TMEA.
  • NEPAD 5% Agenda on increasing institutional investment in Africa’s infrastructure - Dr. Ibrahim Assane Mayaki, Chief Executive Officer, NEPAD Planning and Coordinating Agency (NPCA)

  • Promoting Investment in Infrastructure Sectors: The PPP Perspective - Mr Mohan Vivekanandan, Senior Executive, DBSA

World Bank –PPIF/IFC;


AfDB;


NEPAD-IPPF;


JICA;


EU-EDF;


TMEA;


WEF;


DBSA

1300 - 1400 Hrs

Plenary Discussions at Ministerial Level

  • Leaders of Delegation - EAC Partner States
  • Amb. Dr. Urban Rusnak, Secretary General, International Energy Charter
  • Dr. Stephen Karingi, Director, Regional Integration and Trade Division, UNECA
  • EABC
  • Africa 50 Fund

Chairperson; EAC Council of Ministers

1400 - 1420 Hrs

Tour of the Infrastructure and Health Trade Fair and Exhibition

All

1420 - 1530 Hrs

LUNCHEON

All

1530 - 1730 Hrs

Presentation and adoption of recommendations of the Round Table

EAC Secretariat

1900 - 2200 Hrs

COCKTAIL

All  


1st EAC Round Table on Investing in Health Infrastructure, Systems, Services and Research for the Accelerated Attainment of Universal Health Converage and Sustainable Development Goals

21st February 2018

TIME

ACTIVITY

FACILITATOR

0800 - 0900 Hrs

Registration of Participants, Entertainment and Refreshments

EAC Secretariat

0900 - 0940 Hrs

Opening Ceremony

National and EAC Anthem

Welcome Remarks and Objectives of the Investors and Donors Round Table
Hon. Christophe Bazivamo
Deputy Secretary General - Productive and Social Sectors
EAC.

Remarks by EAC Partner States' Ministers Responsible for Health

Official Opening Remarks
Hon. Sarah A. Opendi
Chairperson
EAC Sectoral Council of Ministers Responsible for Health and Ministers of State Health, Uganda.

Chair, EAC Sectoral Council of Ministers Responsible for Health (Uganda)

0940 - 10:55 Hrs

Thematic Presentations (12 Minutes each)

  • Optimizing Investments in Population Health for Socio-economic Development and Accelerated Attainment of the SDGs - Dr Natalia Kenaem, Executive Director, UNFPA.

  • Promoting Private Sector Contribution towards Achieving Universal Health Coverage and Ending Extreme Poverty by 2030 - Dr. Tim Evans, Senior Director of Health Nutrition and Population, World Bank.

  • Sustaining Investment in East Africa Regional Centers of Excellence for Improved Healthcare Services Delivery, Training And Research - Patience Kuruneri, Manager, Public Health, Security and Nutrition Division, African Development Bank.

  • Strengthening the Capacity to Conduct and Regulate Research, Development and Clinical Trials of Pharmaceutical Products in EAC Region – Dr. Michael Makanga, Executive Director, European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnerships (EDCTP)

  • Digital EAC Regional Health Initiative: An imperative investment case for better health service delivery and health outcomes - Prof Gibson Kibiki, Executive Secretary, East African Health Research Commission

Facilitator:
Prof. Freddie Ssengooba, Makerere University School of Public Health

1055 - 1105 hrs Plenary Discussions

1105 - 1120 Hrs

HEALTH BREAK

 1120 - 1200 Hrs Presentation of the ten-year EAC regional health sector investment priorities by the Hon. Chair, EAC Sectoral Council of Ministers Responsible for Health Prof. George Magoha, Chairman,
Kenya Medical and Dental Practitioners and Dental Board and Former Vice Chancellor, University of Nairobi

1200 - 1330 Hrs

Plenary discussions and remarks on EAC Health Sector Investments Priorities presented by the EAC Partner States’ Ministers of Health (Not exceeding 8 minutes each)

  • Amb. Dr. Richard Sezibera, Immediate Past EAC Secretary General

  • Dr. Jesper Sundewall, First Secretary - Regional advisor, SRHR-Team, Embassy of Sweden, Lusaka, Zambia

  • Mr. Randolph Augustin, Chief, Health, Population and Nutrition Office, USAID Kenya / East Africa

  • Mrs. Norzin Grigoleit-Dagyab, First Secretary in charge of EAC Regional Cooperation at the German Embassy in Dar es Salaam

  • Mr. Emmanuel Katongole, Chief Executive Officer, Cipla Quality Chemical Industries Limited and Member, East African Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association 

  • Other bilateral, multilateral and international development partners and Investors

  • Civil Society Organizations

Prof. George Magoha, Chairman, Kenya Medical and Dental Practitioners and Dental Board and Former Vice Chancellor, University of Nairobi

1330 - 1400 Hrs

Plenary discussions at Ministerial Level

Chairperson, EAC Sectoral Council of Ministers of Health

1400 - 1430 Hrs

Tour of the Infrastructure and Health Trade Fair and Exhibition

All

1430 - 1600 Hrs

LUNCHEON

All

1600 - 1730 Hrs

Presentation and Adoption of the Outcome of the Round Table

Rapporteur, EAC Sectoral Council of Ministers of Health

1830 - 2200 Hrs

COCKTAIL

All  

Joint EAC Heads of State Retreat on Infrastructure and Health Financing and Development

22nd February 2018

Moderator: Julie Gichuru, CEO, Arimus Media, Kenya Ltd.

TIME

ACTIVITY

0830 - 1000 Hrs

Registration of Participants, Entertainment and Refreshments

1000 -1020 Hrs

Arrival of Heads of State and Playing of the EAC Anthem

1020 - 1030 Hrs

Welcome Remarks and Objectives of the Retreat
Amb. Liberat Mfumkeko
Secretary General,
EAC

1030 - 1040 Hrs

Welcome Remarks
Rt. Hon. Dr. A.M. Kirunda Kivejinja,
Second Deputy Prime Minister,
Minister of EAC Affairs, Uganda and
Chairperson, EAC Council of Ministers

1040 - 1100 Hrs

Official Opening of the Retreat
Chairperson of the Summit
H.E. Yoweri K. Museveni
President of the Republic of Uganda 
Chairperson, EAC Summit of Heads of State

1100 - 1120 Hrs

Keynote Address 1:

Enhancing Infrastructure Development to Facilitate Trade and Accelerate Industrialization in the EAC
Dr. Mukhisa Kituyi
Secretary General,
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)

Keynote Address 2:

Investing in transformative and ‪resilient health infrastructure, systems and institutions for better global health security and accelerated attainment of the health related Sustainable Development Goals
Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus,
Director General,
World Health Organization (WHO
)

1120 - 1130 Hrs Video Documentary

1120 - 1145 Hrs

Presentation of the outcome document of the Infrastructure RoundtableEng. Steven Mlote
Deputy Secretary General - Planning and Infrastructure
EAC

1145 - 1200 Hrs

Presentation of the Outcome Document of the Health Sector Round Table on EAC Partner States’ and Regional Health Sector Investment Priorities
Chairperson
EAC Sectoral Council on Health

1200 - 1300 Hrs

Interventions by Representatives of Cooperating Partners and Investors on Resource Mobilization, Funding and Investment for the EAC Infrastructure and Health Sectors Priorities:

  • Mr. Makhtar Diop, Vice President for Africa, World Bank

  • Mr. Ali Mufuruki, Chairman & CEO, Infotech Investment Ltd. (Private Sector Perspective on Infrastructure Development in EAC)

  • Dr. Amit Thaker, Chair, African Healthcare Federation/Member East African Healthcare Federation (Private Sector Perspective on Health Development in EAC)

  • H. H The Agha Khan

  • High level Representatives of the Governments of Germany, UK, USA and China

1300 - 1400 Hrs

Plenary Discussion at the Level of the Heads of State

1400 - 1430 Hrs

Presentation and Adoption of the Communiqué

1430 - 1500 Hrs

Tour of the Infrastructure and Health Trade Fair and Exhibition

1500 - 1630 Hrs

LUNCHEON

1630 Hrs

Departure of EAC Heads of State

1900 - 2100 Hrs GALA DINNER

 

Speakers

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Amani ABOU ZEID mfumukeko   Michael Makanga  Mukhisa Kituyi  Monica Azuba Ntege
 Dr. Amani Abou Zeid
Commissioner
Infrastructure & Energy
African Union

Amb. Liberat MfumukekoSecretary General
EAC

Dr. Michael Makanga
Executive Director
EDCTP

Dr. Mukhisa Kituyi
Secretary General
UNCTAD
Hon. Monica Azuba Ntege
Minister of Works & Transport
Uganda 
         
Steven M. Mlote Christophe BAZIVAMO  William Macharia Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Tim Evans 

 Eng. Steven M. Mlote
Deputy Secretary General
Planning & Infrastructure
EAC

 Hon. Christophe Bazivamo
Deputy Secretary General
Productive & Social Sectors
EAC

Dr. William M Macharia
Professor and Associate Dean
Aga Khan University
Nairobi

 Dr. Tedros Adhanom
Ghebreyesus
Director General
World Health Organization
 Dr. Tim Evans
Senior Director
Health Nutrition & Population
World Bank
         
Kamugisha Kazaura   Frank Matsaert Josiane Nijimbere  Mufuruki Ali Toshio Nagase 
Dr. Kamugisha Kazaura
Director of Infrastructure
EAC
Mr. Frank Matsaert
Cheif Executive Officer
TradeMark East Africa
Hon. Dr. Josiane Nijimbere
Minister
Ministery of Public Health and
Fight against AIDS
Republic of Burundi

Ali Mufuruki
Chairman & CEO
Infotech Investment Ltd

Mr. Toshio NAGASE
Chief Representative
JICA Tanzania Office

         
Amit Thakker Patience1  kibiki Ibrahim Mayaki Martin Humphreys 

Dr. Amit Thaker
Chairman
African Healthcare Federation/
Member East African Healthcare Federation

Patience Kuruneri
Manager
Public Health, Security and Nutrition
African Development Bank
Prof Gibson Kibiki
Executive Secretary
East African Health and
Research Commission
Dr. Ibrahim Assane Mayaki
Chief Executive Officer
NEPAD Planning and
Coordinating Agency (NPCA) 

Martin Humphreys
Lead Transport Economist
World Bank

         
Gabriel Negatu  Lin Zhiyong    Mohan Vivekanandan  urban rusnak  Stephen Karingi
 Gabriel Negatu
Director General,

AfDB Regional Resources Centre
Nairobi
Lin Zhiyong
Chief Economic and
Commercial Representative
Embassy of China in Tanzania 
Mohan Vivekanandan
Senior Executive

DBSA 

Amb. Dr. Urban Rusnak
Secretary General
International Energy Charter

Dr. Stephen Karingi
Director
Regional Integration and
Trade Division
UNECA

         
Sarah Opendi  richard sezibera   Mr Jesper Sundewall Nevin Bradford  kirunda kivejinja 
 Hon. Sarah A. Opendi
Chair,

EAC Sectoral Council of Ministers
Responsible for Health and Ministers
of State Health, Uganda

Amb. Dr. Richard Sezibera
Immediate Past 
Secretary General
EAC

Dr. Jesper Sundewall
First secretary
Regional advisor

SRHR-Team,
Embassy of Sweden

Lusaka

Nevin J. Bradford
Chief Executive Officer
Cipla Quality Chemical Industries Limited and
Member - East African Pharmaceutical
Manufacturers Association

Rt. Hon. Dr. A.M. Kirunda Kivejinja,
Second Deputy Prime Minister and
Minister of EAC Affairs, Uganda and
Chairperson

EAC Council of Ministers 
         
 Sicily Kariuki Diane Gachumba 
 

 
 
Hon. Sicily K. Kariuki
Cabinet Secretary
Ministry Of Health
Republic Of Kenya

Hon. Diane Gashumba
Minister
Minister of Health
Republic of Rwanda

     

 


 

Exhibition

International, regional, national and private sector institutions in infrastructure, health and allied sectors are welcome to participate in in the International Trade Fair and Exhibitions. Such institution will include but not limited to hospitals, pharmaceutical manufactures, colleges, universities and other health professional training and health research institutions. Likewise, ports, railways, airlines, contractors, investment banks and telecommunication companies will be given an opportunity to showcase their products and services. The International Trade Fair and Exhibitions will also be open Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), Faith-Based Organizations (FBOs) and Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and individual entrepreneurs.

Registration fee for participation in the international health and infrastructure exhibitions is categorized as follows:

Platinum = US$ 3,000 per exhibition Booth for 2 days
Gold = US$ 2,000 per exhibition Booth  for 2 days
Silver = US$ 1,000 per Exhibition booth for 2 days

Platinum category will have a total of 10 booths (measuring 9 X 3 meters)

Gold category will have a total of 15 booths (measuring 6 X 3 meters)

Silver category will have a total of 25 booths (measuring 3 X 3 meters)

The number of booths allocated for each category shall be shared among the infrastructure and health sector at a ratio of 1:1.

Platinum Exhibition Package

  • Speaking opportunity during gala dinner, cocktail or round table discussions;
  • Large size (9 X 3 meters) exhibition booths with executive table and 4 chairs at the Platinum lane;
  • Corporate branding with large size logo on retreat materials, website and media advertisements;
  • Installation of banners at the main conference hall;
  • Full page corporate profile in the retreat booklet;
  • Media facilitation for interviews;
  • Complementary participation of up to 4 company employees;
  • Two reserved seats at the main retreat

Gold Exhibition Package

  • Corporate branding with medium size logo on retreat materials, website and media advertisements;
  • Medium size ( 6 X 3 meters) exhibition booths with a table and 3 chair AFTER the Platinum lane;
  • Half a page corporate profile in the retreat booklet
  • Complementary additional 3 company participants

Silver exhibition package

  • Corporate branding with small logo on the retreat materials, website and media advertisements;
  • Standard size ( 3 X 3 meters) exhibition booths with a table and 2 chairs after the Gold lane;
  • Quarter page (1/4) company profile in the retreat booklet
  • Complementary participation of 2 additional company representatives

Registration should be made through the registration system on the Retreat website www.eacihr17.eac.int and payment through the bank details indicated below by 15th Februrary 2017:

Account number:    8003439
Name:                     EAC General Support Project
Currency:                US Dollars
Type:                      Current account       
 
Beneficiary Bank Name:     
Barclays Bank Tanzania Limited,   
P.O.Box 14652, 
Arusha, Tanzania 
 
Beneficiary Bank SWIFT code (BIC number):      BARCTZTZ 
 
Correspondent name:                         Barclays Bank New York
Correspondent Swift Code:                BARCUS33
Correspondent  Account  Number:     050-03848-6

Exhibition space and facilities will be provided to exhibitors on a first come-first serve basis.

Exhibitors are encouraged to get further details on participation, registration and exhibition fees requirements from www.eacihr17.eac.int and to contact the following persons.

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EAC Secretariat :
Mr. John Patrick Mwesigye (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., +255 788222548);
Dr. Michael Katende (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; +255763152492/+256772670438) and
Cost Mashauri (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., +255784285388/+255754285388)

Uganda National Organizing Committee:
Edward Sebina (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., +256772490805);
Dr. Kadowa Isaac (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., +256772468777);
Apollo Kashanku, (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)


CONTACT

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