TradeMark East Africa's Country Director, Moses Sabiiti (left), and Damali Ssali, Senior Programme Manager, meeting the Ghanaian Delegation regarding the Uganda National Electronic Single Window.
Group photo of the Ghanaian Delegation with TradeMark East Africa, and NDA at the end of the study visit.
URA's Irene Mulika (2nd from right), Manager Customs Document Processing Centre, and Mutebi Tobias (right) explaining the Uganda National Electronic Single Window implementation to the Ghanaian Delegation.
Hon Dr Kwabene Nuamah, Chairperson, Health Committee of the Ghana Parliament (right) in discussion with Hon. Dr. Michael Bukenya, Chairperson of Uganda's Parliamentary Committee on Health.
NDA is hosting a Ghanaian Delegation from the Food and Drug Administration, and the Chairpersons of the Parliamentary Committees of Finance, Health and the Subsidiary Legislation. The delegation is here to acquire knowledge and share experience from NDA's regulated operations, automation of business processes, and the implementation and challenges of the verification fees that is charged on imports of medicines into Uganda. The delegation on a two days (18th - 19th June 2018) working visit will also study the Uganda National Electronic Single Window implementation during their visit to Uganda Revenue Authority and TradeMark East Africa.
Head of the Ghana Food and Administration mission emphasising a point during their meeting with NDA management.
Ghana Food and Administration secretariat staff making observations of NDA operations during the study session.
Ghana Members of Parliament listening to NDA presentation on verification fees charged on imports of medicines into Uganda. Left to right, Hon Ayariga Mahama (Chairman Subsidiary Legislation Committee), Hon Dr Kwabene Nuamah (Chairman Health Committee), and Hon Mark Assibey Yeboah (Chairman Finance Committee).
NDA management team clarifying the verification fees charged on imports of medicines to the Ghana Food and Drug Administration mission.
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