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The Africa Transport and Connectivity Task Force met today in Brussels to share perspectives on how to improve road safety, particularly in the African continent, and to strengthen the partnership between the European Union and the African Union in this strategic area. Both African and European participants will have the chance to evaluate the road safety situation in the African continent and share good practices and approaches that were effective in the European context.
The 190 km stretch of very poor road between Mocuba and Milange (border with Malawi) seriously hampered trade in the region as well as trading from Malawi to Mocuba and further.
The EU-ASEAN Road Transport workshop on Road Safety took place in Brussels from 30 January to 1 February 2019, hosted by the European Commission Directorate General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE) and Directorate General for International Cooperation and Development (DG DEVCO). The workshop was the first meeting organised between the EU and ASEAN, intended to reach a better understanding of each region’s specific policies and strategies in the road transport sector, as well as tackle key challenges for road safety.
EU and ASEAN discuss road transport and safety policies
The 190 km stretch of very poor road between Mocuba and Milange (border with Malawi) seriously hampered trade in the region as well as trading from Malawi to Mocuba and further.
The objectives pursued by the programme are to contribute to sustainable regional development by promoting economic growthand diversification through support to private sector development and decent job creaction, increased investment opportunities for econimic activities and support to the improvement of an enabling business and investment environment, as well as by promoting an integrated approach to the region's natural ressources and climate change impact.
The 190 km stretch of very poor road between Mocuba and Milange (border with Malawi) seriously hampered trade in the region as well as trading from Malawi to Mocuba and further.
The 190 km stretch of very poor road between Mocuba and Milange (border with Malawi) seriously hampered trade in the region as well as trading from Malawi to Mocuba and further.
The aim of this road project – funded by the European Union and implemented by the Government of Mozambique – is to improve the country's rural infrastructure by upgrading the190-km of road between Milange – Mocuba. This second phase of the project sees an inegrated approach to develop the economic and social activities in the area, enhancing regional integrating and reducing poverty.
The aim of this road project – funded by the European Union and implemented by the Government of Mozambique – is to improve the country's rural infrastructure by upgrading the road between Milange and Mocuba. More than just a road, this route opens up areas of significant agricultural production along the Milange-Mocuba corridor to markets, promoting economic and social development, enhancing regional integration and reducing poverty.

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