Integrating Migration with Development in EAC: Policy Challenges and Recommendations . Presented to the Regional Workshop May 28 th , 2010 Nairobi By: John Bosco KANYANGOGA Trade Expert . Purpose. Examine EAC Partner States’ policies linking migration with development.
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Presented to the Regional Workshop
May 28th, 2010
By: John Bosco KANYANGOGA
- easing border crossing by citizens of the
- harmonizing and maintaining common
employment/labor policies, programs and
EAC has particular interest in promoting labor
migration for development for two main reasons;
The East African Community Common Market Protocol attempts to a establish a legal framework for the free movement of;
- services as well as capital; and
- The rights of establishment and residence.
Main principles of the Protocol are:
The policy aims at achieving the following 4 objectives:
The above objectives are focused on three
important growth sectors, which are:
From the analysis of the Rwanda migration policy, there is an enormous
economic advantage that accrues to the country which should be
replicated by the EAC partner states and these advantages include:
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