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West Africa Informal Cross Border Trade monitoring

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Brahima Cisse
POLICY SEMINAR
Virtual Event - Informal African trade: The hidden world of food flows
DEC 3, 2020 - 09:30 AM TO 10:45 AM EST

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West Africa Informal Cross Border Trade monitoring

  1. 1. Brahima CISSE Agricultural Intra-regional trade and transport brahima.cisse@cilss.int ; cissebra@gmail.com West Africa Informal Cross Border Trade monitoring ACTOAH WACTAF Implementation partner West African Association for Cross-Border Trade, in Agro-forestry-pastoral, Fisheries products and Food (WACTAF) - aoctah.wactaf@gmail.com
  2. 2. METHODOLOGY  Selection of a partner value chain regional organization (WACTAF)  Training of data collectors and a focal points (supervisors) within private value chain selected organization  Data collection points at strategic markets and borders  Use of Smartphones for Day-to-Day cross border trade flows data collection (www.eco-icbt.org)  Each product is HS2012 coded  Value and volume of each flow  Field supervision and validation mission
  3. 3. PROGRESS  Fifteen (15) ECOWAS member States National Statistic Offices (NSO) adopted the methodology in 2019  NSO extract data from the plateform ECO-ICBT to top up the customs data  Strong partnership with IFPRI throughout the process  Setting up a joint technical secretariat on ICBT in West Africa  Building capacity of AOCTAH-WACTAF to partly support ICBT data collection – Sustainability  IFPRI is working on the analysis and documentation of the trade and red tape database on cross-border trade of agricultural commodities in West Africa along the 12 corridors – USAID and IFAD funding  WACTAF-ITC started development of Simplified Trade Regime (STR) to formalize and improve the performance of the small scale cross border traders and enable them to benefit from the regional preferential treatment when importing or exporting goods within the region – Better
  4. 4. Lessons learned  Unique day to day ICBT monitoring system along the major corridors in West Africa, based on private setor  Integration of ICBT data in official foreign trade statistics and better measurement of regional integration  Need to have strong partnerships between private value chain organization (WACTAF) and Technical and Financial Partners - Sustainability.
  5. 5. CUREENT SOURCES OF FUNDINGS From oct 2009 to june 2019 Since June 2020 FAMILY FARMING, REGIONAL MARKETS AND CROSS BORDER TRADE CORRIDORS IN THE SAHEL (FARM-TRAC) ----------------------------------------- AGRICULTURE FAMILIALE, MARCHES REGIONAUX ET CORRIDORS COMMERCIAUX TRANSFRONTALIERS AU SAHEL (FARM-TRAC)
  6. 6. MERCI POUR VOTRE ATTENTION THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION ECO-ICBT www.eco-icbt.org ACTOAH WACTAF

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