The Trans-Africa highway will be made up of nine highways, passing through 41 sub-Saharan Africa and connecting about 500 million people. Some of the highway segments stretch from Cairo to Dakar, Tripoli to Windhoek and Lagos to Mombasa, this providing access to the sea for about 15 landlocked countries.
Mozambique's Autoridade Tributaria has requested the assistance of the DFID funded Mozambique Regional Gateway Programme to develop a 'Road Transit Cargo Terminal' at Inchope. Inchope is a regional point on the Beira Corridor and is located at the intersection of two major road arteries, the EN1 for
TradeMark Southern Africa (TMSA) is a UK-funded programme that supports regional integration in East and Southern Africa by working closely with the COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite and other regional stakeholders. Main areas of support include thedesign and planned implementation of the COMESA-EAC-SADC Free
Request for Proposal: Prefeasibility study
for establishing an inland cargo terminal on the
Beira Corridor. Country/Region: Mozambique,
Beira Corridor. Contracting Agency:- COMESA,
through the Mozambique Regional Gateway
Programme, funded by the UK Department
for International Development (DFID),
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