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The New IIDEA Partners are now on Board!

From 11 to 14 November, all IIDEA projects are meeting in Arusha for IIDEA week. This is a unique opportunity for all IIDEA stakeholders and participants to build networks, learn from each other and share experiences and lessons learned. Training Session on Communicating IIDEA IIDEA pioneers whose projects have already been implemented and are still…
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East African Citizens Doing the Extraordinary – IIDEA Phase Two Has Started

The IIDEA program continues to grow from strength to strength, with the announcement of the next round of funded projects across the EAC. Building on the 25 small scale projects already actively fostering integration around the region, the 16 new projects cover (more…)
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EAC Youth Cycling in Support of Regional Integration: Tour d’EAC 2019

The 3rd Tour d’EAC was flagged off on 1st August, 2019 at the Independence Monument in Kampala by Uganda’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for EAC Affairs, Hon. Dr Ali Kirunda Kivejinja, and the Tanzanian High Commissioner to Uganda, H.E. Aziz Ponary Mlima. The Tour d’EAC 2019 covers 4,300 km around East Africa over a…
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Women Deliverance as an Agent to Fostering Sustainable Gender Development: IIDEA Project Participates at Women Deliver Conference in Canada

One of our IIDEA Projects participates at Women Deliver Conference in Canada Dr. Desire Habonimana, CEO at Health Healing Network Burundi was invited to the Global Women Deliver Conference in Vancouver Canada. International Women deliver conference was the conference held in Vancouver, Canada June 3-6, 2019. Panel discussion at the Conference on SDGs The successful…
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East African Music Hits the World: IIDEA Project Hakuna Kulala Won’t Let Us Sleep

Hakuna Kulala is an Incubator and a digital label for Young Producers in East Africa. Through collaborations they are building bridges within the region, creating opportunities to collaborate, to travel, perform and develop a strong regional identity through music. The incubator is the baby of our IIDEA partner Boutiq Foundation, an Ugandan community-based arts and…
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Are we Powering Profitable Trade? Inclusive and Sustainable Participation and Empowerment of Women in Trade

IIDEA Partner DMT tested solutions to overcome unprofitable trade targeting women trader cooperatives as well as the women traders’ transactions through the Women Cross Border Traders’ Cooperatives Accelerator Project. Now we can take a closer look at the lessons learnt and best practices. Great strides have been made in facilitating trade in the East African…
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IIDEA Call for Projects is open: APPLY NOW!

IIDEA is an initiative which incubates small-scale regional integration projects, proposed and implemented by civil society, private sector and other interest groups in East Africa. It is cross-border in nature with projects involving at least two EAC Partner States. IIDEA provides technical and financial support for implementation and marketing of eligible projects. The initiative is…
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Seamless Travel through the EAC becomes a Reality: Launch of IIDEA Project “Easy Travel East Africa”

Not need to hassle your way at the bus stand anymore to catch a ticket. Traveling across East Africa is set to be easier following the launch of our IIDEA project “Easy Travel East Africa”. The online platform will enable cross-border travelers to plan ahead for their journey through access to real time information on…
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Private Sector and Civil Society in the Republic of South Sudan ready to grab the Opportunities and Benefits of the EAC Integration Agenda

Making Integration Real for Private Sector and Civil Society in South Sudan! The EAC Secretariat with the support of GIZ organized a two day Sensitisation/Training Workshop for private and civil society sectors on the Opportunities and Benefits of Regional Integration held on 4th to 5th June, 2019 in Juba. IIDEA Senior Adviser Joyce Kevin Abalo…
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