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Horn of Africa

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The Horn of Africa (HoA) has tremendous economic potential but remains one of the most complex regions in Africa. It is strategically located on one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes and trading routes, including via Berbera Port in Somaliland. The 2018 World Bank Logistics Performance Report ranked the region’s logistics as extremely inefficient, thus raising cost of trade, yet transport corridors in the Horn are significant economic arteries. The Horn lies close to one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes between Europe and Asia, through Suez and the Red Sea. The coastal ports of The Horn serve a hinterland of over 120 million people for trade in both imports and exports. TMA’s Horn of Africa Programme includes Djibouti, Somaliland, and Ethiopia.

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