EACSOF e-Learning Academy

EACSOF Citizen Empowerment  programme focuses on strengthening the civic confidence and competency of EA citizens to know their rights and obligations to organize in effective CSOs that eventually form national platforms through which they would be able to assert those rights in the EAC integration processes. Capacity building and Creating awareness about the EAC integration process is a key initiative that EACSOF is undertaking via online Course on EAC Structures and Processes. Registration is open for all interested participants: Register Online Here

PARTICIPANTS:

Registration is open for CSOs, PSOs, Youth and any interested person within and outside EAC region.

WHY ATTEND:

The course will enable CSOs Actors and other interested citizens to have knowledge of the EAC and how to engage with the EAC hence supporting CSO advocacy initiatives.

CONTENT

  • History of EAC
  • Legal Framework of EAC
  • EAC Organs and Institutions
  • Civil Society in the EAC
  • Current Debate  In EAC

 

DELIVERY AND CERTIFICATION

Online1 hrs reading and audio listening per day for  5 days and online assignments will be administered after each course topic.

A certificate of completion and competence endorsed by EACSOF will be awarded to participants.

Facilitator: Martha Makenge – EACSOF Programmes Coordinator  Holder of Masters in Law (Human Rights) University of Cape Town  with 9 years experience working with CSOs in East Africa and Lilian Alex EACSOF Programmes Assistant  graduate of  Bachelor of Law – International Law (University of Iringa)

HOW TO REGISTER

Registration is open for all interested participants: Register Online Here

DATE: 21st – 25th November 2016

ONLINE LEARNING SYSTEM: EACSOF E-Learning Academy

RESOURCE BOOK: The Civil Society Guide to Regional Economic Communities in Africa-Published by: Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa (OSIEA)

FEES: USD.100/=

HOW TO PAY

All payments should be transferred to the following accounts:

EACSOF Bank Details:

Beneficiary Name: East African Civil Society Organizations’ Forum (EACSOF)

Beneficiary Account Number: A/C no 002-6011647 USD Account

Beneficiary Bank Name: Barclays Bank Tanzania Limited, P.O. Box 14652 Arusha, Tanzania

Beneficiary Bank SWIFT Code: BARCTZTZ.

For Further Information Contact:

East African Civil Society Organisations’ Forum

Physical Address: Njiro Nane Nane Plot No Taso 155 286:

P. O. Box 12583   Arusha  Tanzania.

Cell:+255 786 027 746

Email: eacsof@gmail.com

Website:  www.eacsof.net


The Civil Society Guide to Regional Economic Communities in Africa is published by:OSIEA

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