The East African Community Civil Aviation Safety and Security Oversight Agency (EAC CASSOA) was established and commenced operations on 1st June 2007, as an autonomous self-accounting body of the East African Community following the signing of the Protocol for the Establishment of CASSOA by the three founder Partner States on 18th April 2007. The Agency, which is headquartered in Entebbe, Uganda, was formally established on 18th June 2007 during the 5th Extraordinary Summit of EAC Heads of State held in Kampala Uganda. Mandate of the Agency The Agency derives its mandate from Article 92 of the Treaty states that the Partner States shall among others undertake to make air transport services safe, efficient and profitable; adopt common policies for the development of civil air transport in the region; harmonise civil aviation rules and regulations and coordinate measures and co-operate in the maintenance of high security.
Institute of Human Resource Management (IHRM) is a Statutory body established under the Human Resource Management Professionals (HRMP) Act, No. 52 of 2012. Its mandate is to regulate the HR profession in Kenya, enhance competencies and capabilities while supporting innovative and transformative HR practices and standards.
Communications Manager Job Main Responsibilities
Develop an internal communication strategy for the secretariat and the board to ensure seamless flow of all forms of communication
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About Pan-African Mosquito Control Association (PAMCA)
The Pan-African Mosquito Control Association (PAMCA) is a pan-African professional body that brings together players in the field of mosquito and mosquito-borne disease control. PAMCA draws its membership from a diverse community of scientists from entomologists, parasitologists, social scientists, microbiologists to vector control technicians. PAMCA’s membership also comprises government agencies, research institutions, non-governmental organisations, academic institutions, student community and industry practitioners in mosquito vector control. PAMCA exists to provide a platform for capacity building, knowledge sharing and collaboration for concerted vector control initiatives in the African continent. PAMCA’s overarching goal is to bring together African scientists and other partner institutions, to work together and adopt common approaches to tackling the burden of mosquito-borne diseases across the continent.