project brief

One Stop Border Post at Tunduma (Tanzania)

Implementor

Tanzania Revenue Authority

Target Group

Importers and exporters

Project Value

US$ 6,237,230

Implementation Period

2011 – 2018

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Why this project?

This project will construct and provide physical facilities at the Tunduma border that includes: administration buildings and an inspection shed to accommodate the adjoining states’ border agencies and roads to facilitate the exit and entry into the OSBP. The overall aim is to facilitate the efficient cross border movement of trucks/vehicles, goods and persons.

What:

A one stop border post is being constructed at the Tunduma border point.

How:

TMA is providing full funding for the construction of the OSBP and is working with relevant border agencies to set up mechanisms for integrated border management. Harmonization of customs procedures is undertaken by a joint task force of experts from Tanzania and Zambia. The project is implemented in coordination with other ongoing initiatives of the World Bank, JICA, USAID, the African Development Bank and the European Union. The OSBP is linked to the numerous TMA single window initiatives.

Contact:

Sjoerd Visser, Email: sjoerd.visser@trademarkea.com

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Desired Results

Efficient border processing, improved knowledge and skills of border agencies and compliance with border procedures will reduce waiting times at the Tunduma border point. This will contribute to reducing trade costs in East Africa.

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Key outputs:

Improved border post and IT infrastructure.

Harmonized working procedures on both sides of the border.

Training for border agency staff, freight forwarders and traders.

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