East African Community

The East African Community (EAC) is a regional intergovernmental organisation of 6 member States re-established on 7 July 2000 via a treaty for a new regional organisation with a mission to widen and deepen economic, political, social, and cultural integration to improve the quality of life of the people of East Africa through increased competitiveness, value-added production, trade, and investments.EAC member states are the Republics of Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, the United Republic of Tanzania, and the Republic of Uganda, with its headquarters in Arusha, Tanzania. The vision of EAC is to be a prosperous, competitive, secure, stable, and politically united East Africa. The Community’s official language is English, with about 177 million people and a total land area of 2.5 million square kilometres.

The Community has several semi-autonomous institutions that help it implement its mandate. These EAC institutions include the Civil Aviation Safety and Security Oversight Agency (CASSOA); the East African Competition Authority (EACA); the East African Development Bank (EADB); the East African Health Research Commission (EAHRC); the East African Kiswahili Commission (EAKC); the East African Science and Technology Commission (EASTECO); the Inter-University Council for East Africa (IUCEA); the Lake Victoria Basin Commission (LVBC); and the Lake Victoria Fisheries Organization (LVFO).

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National Mental Health Policy in Rwanda

Ministry of Health, Rwanda

The government of Rwanda recognises the prevalence of mental health disorders arising from the 1994 genocide in Rwanda against the Tutsis. These disorders include epilepsy, and post-traumatic stress disorders (PTSD) among others. It pursues improvement...

Rwanda Undefined Health

National Surgical, Obstetrics, and Anaesthesia Plan (2018-2024)

Ministry of Health, Rwanda

This novel plan charts the 6-year directional course for safe and quality delivery of surgical, obstetrics and anaesthesia care for Rwandans. It assesses the prevailing situation, highlights the plans for the future, outlines procedures and...

Rwanda Undefined Health

National Export Strategy (NES) II

Ministry of Trade and Industry, Rwanda

The second edition of the national export strategy aims to improve on the significant strides attained by the first strategy. It identifies the differences in stated targets between the first NES and other key government...

Rwanda Undefined Trade, Industry and Investment

National ICT for Rwanda Agriculture (ICT4RAg) Strategy (2016-2020)

Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources, Rwanda

The ICT4RAg was developed to integrate the use of information and communications technology for improved agricultural efficiency. The strategy realizes the existence of ICT platforms, and the need to create a clear direction to coordinate...

Rwanda Undefined Agriculture and Rural Development

Third Health Sector Strategic Plan (HSSP III) (2012-2018)

Ministry of Health, Rwanda

The third HSSP is a continuation of HSSP I and HSSP II. It hopes to consolidate the achievements of both plans in line with the government’s resolve to tackle the health challenges of the population....

Rwanda Undefined Health

Education Sector Strategic Plan (2008-2012)

Ministry of Education, Rwanda

This second phase of the ESSP is in line with the targets and priorities of the EDPRS for the education sector. It follows in the path of the ESSP 2007-2011 in seeking to develop the...

Rwanda Undefined Education

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Strategic Plan (2018-2024)

Ministry of Health, Rwanda

This strategic plan for EMS acknowledges the success achieved so far, and the challenges bedevilling the delivery of the EMS in Rwanda. This plan serves both as an overview of the EMS in Rwanda and...

Rwanda Undefined Health

Emergency Medicine Clinical Guidelines

Ministry of Health, Rwanda

Medical emergencies are inevitable, even in the most developed countries. The Government of Rwanda however realizes the underdeveloped nature of its emergency system which contributes in no small measure to mortality rates in the country....

Rwanda Undefined Health

Internal ICT Management Policy

Ministry of Education, Rwanda

This policy focuses on maximizing the value accrued to the ministry of education from the usage of ICT. “This strategy aims to bring the various elements of ICT together and ensure that the ICT discipline...

Rwanda Undefined Education

National Strategy for Transformation - NST I (2017-2024)

Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, Rwanda

The national strategy for transformation represents the 7-year government program in Rwanda as the government transitions from its vision 2020 to the new vision 2050. It is expected that this transformation strategy will serve as...

Rwanda Undefined Democracy and Governance

SMART Rwanda Master Plan (2015-2020)

Ministry of Trade and Industry, Rwanda

The SMART Rwanda masterplan is to serve as the backbone for the transformation agenda of the government. It sets out as a guide in the country’s quest for transformation of the society through “efficient processes,...

Rwanda Undefined Democracy and Governance

Master Plan for Fisheries and Fish Farming in Rwanda

Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources, Rwanda

“This Master Plan seeks to review the fisheries and aquaculture situation in Rwanda. It takes into account historical perspective, current management, and the different cross-cutting policies. It involves the evaluation of past efforts and interventions...

Rwanda Undefined Agriculture and Rural Development

Kenya Pipeline Company Vision 2025

Kenya, Ministry of Energy and Petroleum

The Kenya pipeline company developed this ten years transformational corporate strategic plan aims at ensuring the company continues to play its role in the oil and gas sector.

Kenya 2025 Energy

The Tanzania Development Vision 2025

National Development, Tanzania

The Tanzania Vision 2025 aims at achieving a high-quality livelihood for its people to attain good governance through the rule of law and develop a strong and competitive economy.

Tanzania 2025 National Development

The Tanzania Vision 2025

Ministry of Finance and Planning, Tanzania

This national development plan has three principal objectives: achieving quality and good life for all; good governance and the rule of law; and building a strong and resilient economy that can effectively withstand global competition....

Tanzania 2025 National Development

Draft Law Governing Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs)

This draft law was presented to the parliament on 18 April 2024. The draft law is intended to repeal existing non-governmental organizations (NGOs) laws and provide a single regulatory framework for the establishment, organization, and...

Rwanda 2024 Justice

Kenya Finance Act, 2023

This is an Act of Parliament to amend the laws relating to various taxes and duties and related matters. The provisions in the Finance Act are geared toward supporting the government’s revenue targets in the...

Kenya 2023 Finance

Nairobi Declaration on Climate Change 2023

The Nairobi Declaration was developed with the aim of delivering climate-positive growth and finance solutions for Africa and the world, as well as establishing a common position ahead of 2023 COP28 summit.

Kenya 2023 Environment and Climate Change

Small Claims Court Act, Revised 2021

Kenya, Ministry of Justice

This is an Act of Parliament to set up the Small Claims Court; to provide for the jurisdiction and procedures of the Court and other related purposes.

Kenya 2021 Justice