Nairobi- 27th of October 2017
We the Heads of the undersigned international observer missions present in Kenya issue this communiqué on the election rescheduled for the 28th of October.
We note the decision of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) to postpone polling in Homa Bay, Kisumu, Migori and Siaya counties, based on article 55b of the electoral law.
Reforesting Africa's highest mountain could halt severe water shortages - UN Environment
- Rivers begin to dry up as the loss of Mt Kilimanjaro's forests triggers water crisis
- Climate change has destroyed 13,000 hectares of the mountain's forests since 1976 – equivalent to cutting off a year's supply of drinking water for 1 million people
- East Africa's glaciers expected to disappear within a few decades
19 October 2016 – Reforesting Africa's highest mountain could help protect vital water supplies that …
Kampala, 17-02-2016: It was during a meeting of the Heads of the Electoral Observer Missions to Uganda General Elections 2016 held yesterday in Kampala that was issued the attached joint statement.
CEWARN co-convenes roundtable seminar on “Addressing the nexus between business and peace”
23 July 2015, Zanzibar -- IGAD’s Conflict Early Warning and Response Mechanism (CEWARN) and the Global Peace Foundation (GPF) in collaboration with the Government of Zanzibar, the East African Community (EAC) and Common Market for Easter and Southern Africa (COMESA) convened a business leaders roundtable on “Addressing the nexus between Business and Peace,” on 22 July 2015 in Zanzibar.
- THE EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY (EAC) CONVENED THE 3RD EMERGENCY SUMMIT AT THE LEVEL OF HEADS OF STATE IN DAR-ES-SALAAM, TANZANIA, ON 6 JULY 2015, TO REVIEW THE SITUATION IN BURUNDI, UNDER THE CHAIRMANSHIP OF H.E. PRESIDENT JAKAYA MRISHO KIKWETE OF THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA, AND IN THE PRESENCE OF H.E. PRESIDENT YOWERI KAGUTA MUSEVENI OF THE REPUBLIC OF UGANDA. THE SUMMIT WAS ALSO ATTENDED BY HON. AMINA MOHAMED, CABINET SECRETARY, MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE REPRESENTING H.E. UHURU KENYATTA; HON. AMB.
East African Community Headquarters, Arusha, Tanzania, 18 May 2015: The Ministers of East African Community Affairs on 18th May 2015 in Arusha, held an emergency meeting to address matters emerging in the Republic of Burundi. The meeting was called following the directive issued by the EAC Heads of the State at their 13th Extra-Ordinary Summit held on 13th May 2015, in Dar es-Salaam, Tanzania.
State house conference hall, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
13th may 2015
The heads of state consulted on the situation in burundi. At the time they were consulting, there were new developments in Burundi: -
1. Summit condemns the coup in Burundi and calls for the return to consitutional order.
2. Given the situation in Burundi, conditions are not conducive for elections in Burundi and the summit calls upon the authorities to postpone the elections for a period not beyond the mandate of the current government.
THE 10TH ORDINARY MEETING OF THE EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY SECTORAL COUNCIL OF MINISTERS OF HEALTH
13TH TO 16TH OCTOBER 2014
EAC HEADQUARTERS, ARUSHA, UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA
MINISTERIAL COMMUNIQUE ON EBOLA VIRUS DISEASE EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AND RESPONSE IN THE EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY PARTNER STATES AND SUPPORT TO THE WESTERN AFRICAN COUNTRIES