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Eastern Africa Regional Integration Strategy Paper 2011 - 2015

Author: African Development Bank & African Development Fund
Organisation: African Development Bank & African Development Fund
Publish Date: 2010
Country: East Africa
Sector: Development
Theme: Strategic Thinking
Type: Other publication
Language: English
Tags: Regional Integration, Cross border conflicts, Capacity building, Environment, Climate change

Regional Integration is a core mandate of the Bank as reflected in its Medium Term Strategy (MTS), 2008-2012 and the Regional Integration Strategy (RIS), 2009-2012. The RIS commits the Bank to preparing Regional Integration Strategy Papers (RISPs) to provide an analytical framework for streamlining regional operations (ROs) in the Bank and to identify Regional Public Goods (RPGs). In accordance with the Bank’s regional classification, the region covers 12 countries: Burundi, Comoros, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Seychelles, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. This RISP is the first to be prepared by the Bank for Eastern Africa. It draws on the analyses and conclusions of various sector studies and benefits from discussions with the country and regional stakeholders. It pays close attention to fragility concerns in the region such as insecurity, cross border conflicts, governance challenges and capacity building, as well as cross-cutting issues related to the environment and climate change
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