Ministry Of East African Community – South Sudan

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Welcome to South Sudan Ministry Of East
African Community Affairs
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widening and deepening cooperation
among the Partner States
Undesecretary Representing MEACA SS
SG EAC Secretariat Meeting President Salva Kiir Mayardit
at State House in Juba, South Sudan.
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Minister’s message

Welcome to the South Sudan’s Ministry of East African Community Website. The website contains a compendium of knowledge and information regarding the East African Community and in particular South Sudan’s Membership in the East African Community. We urge you to have a closer look at the website as you will find key details regarding the

The website is envisaged to act as a resource and communication center. It dubs as a one stop shop for all information on EAC integration. I encourage students and other young people, business community, and the general public to visit and attain more information and deeper knowledge as we coordinate the process of having one East Africa.


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Hon. Deng Alor Kuol – Minister For East African Community Affairs-South Sudan

What is the EAC?

The East African Community is an intergovernmental institutions government by the Treaty of Establishment of the EAC.  The Treaty was signed by the three (3) original Partner States of the Community, namely, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda on 30th of November, 1999 in Arusha, Tanzania.

The Treaty entered into force on 7 July 2000 following the conclusion of the process of its ratification and deposit of the Instruments of Ratification with the Secretary-General by all the three Partner States.

The Objective of the Treaty are outlined in Article 5 (Objectives) which states that:

The goals of the current EAC not limited to the economic sphere. EAC Treaty, integration includes development of:

In order to advance regional integration and cooperation in the above-mentioned areas the EAC has created a regional legal framework which is developed by the EAC Summit of Heads of State and the East African Legislative Assembly and overseen by the East Africa Court of Justice.

About The EAC

The East African Community is an intergovernmental institutions government by the Treaty of Establishment of the EAC.  The Treaty was signed by the three (3) original Partner States of the Community, namely, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda on 30th of November, 1999 in Arusha, Tanzania.

The Treaty entered into force on 7 July 2000 following the conclusion of the process of its ratification and deposit of the Instruments of Ratification with the Secretary-General by all the three Partner States.


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