This paper aims to inform the finalisation of Kenya’s National Trade Policy, by suggesting trade provisions that can support climate-aware agro-processing development in the country.

Working towards more and better climate adaptation finance would require scaling up and easing their access to existing funds, particulartly those dedicated to adaptation.

This study provides insights that can guide the region’s negotiators regarding possible mitigation actions, outlining synergies and key ‘asks’ when negotiating for a fair deal for EAC Members in climate talks.

This paper examines the views and reactions of the East African Community (EAC) stakeholders about the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Paris Agreement; whether the outcomes of the agreement met their expectations or not.

This note presents an overview of the EAC and trade facilitation; and a focus on the EAC CTA value chain as well as the regional SWOT analysis which provides some recommendations.

This note focuses on the effective implementation of Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs). It will provide answers on the critical role of the Ad-hoc working group on the Paris Agreement (APA) and relevant actions to be taken by members.

This note examines the potential or likely trade impacts from implementing East African Community (EAC) Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) on the economies of the EAC partner states. It begins with general background information on INDCs followed by an overview of EAC INDCs. Thereafter it looks at the potential positive and negative impacts of EAC INDCs on trade and concludes with recommendations on way forward.