EAST AFRICA: Ports Security & Modernization Reverse Trade Mission 2016
March 13-24, 2016: East Africa Ports Security & Modernization Reverse Trade MissionLocations: Washington, DC; Baltimore, MD; Miami, FL; Houston, TX
The US Trade and Development Agency will host a delegation of senior public and private sector officials from Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique and Djibouti for an East Africa Ports Security and Modernization Reverse Trade Mission (RTM). Cimperium will lead technical program development to introduce delegates to U.S. technologies, service providers, operational best practices, financing products, and training resources in the areas of port development, operation and security. The RTM will address key themes of security and safety solutions, including risk assessment methodologies and best practices for cross-departmental coordination.
March 16, 2016: East Africa Ports Security & Modernization Business Briefing
As part of the East Africa Ports Security and Modernization Reverse Trade Mission, there will be a one-day Business Briefing at the USTDA Business Center in Arlington, VA on March 16, 2016. This Business Briefing will provide a forum for the delegates to share information with U.S. companies on their needs, upcoming procurements and plans for port development in East Africa. One-on-one meetings with U.S. companies will be arranged for the delegates. The registration cost is $50 and includes lunch and briefing materials.
To register for the March 16, 2016 Business Briefing go here https://www.regonline.com
Cimperium will support 3E Consulting LLC, working in cooperation with Emerging Markets Infrastructure LLC (3E-EMI), to perform advisory services to accelerate clean energy project development and financing in sub-Saharan Africa by supporting USTDA and the Development Bank of Southern Africa Limited (DBSA).Download USTDA’s support letter.
TThe 3E-EMI Advisory Team will work with U.S. and sub-Saharan public and private sector stakeholders in the clean energy sector to identify priority projects that could benefit from USTDA project development funding and/or DBSA financing. The 3E-EMI Advisory Team is looking for clean energy projects that would reduce future greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption by enabling the transition to renewable energy sources and/or improving energy efficiency.
The US Trade and Development Agency and the Development Bank of South Africa’s Clean Energy Advisory Services