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To ensure safety, security and regularity of civil aviation in Tanzania by providing effective oversight and efficient air navigation services while maintaining quality,protecting the environment and safeguarding the interest of consumers and the public
Nyerere/Kitunda Road Junction, Banana Ukonga Area, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
ESWACAA manages all airports in the Kingdom of Eswatini, namely King Mswati III International Airport and Matsapha International Airport.
Matsapha International Airport, Matsapha, Kingdom of Eswatini
Kenya Civil Aviation Authority is a state corporation of Kenya that is responsible for regulating the aviation industry in Kenya and for providing air navigation services in the Kenya flight region
Aviation House, Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi
The Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) is the regulatory agency of the Republic of Ghana for air transportation in the country. It also provides air navigation services within the Accra Flight Information Region (FIR), which comprises the airspace over the Republics of Ghana, Togo and Benin and a large area over the Atlantic Ocean in the Gulf of Guinea.
Airport Rd, Accra, Ghana
Uganda’s aviation industry is the nucleus of the country’s development, and is a pivotal link between Uganda and other countries. It is therefore the vision of this Authority to enhance its regulatory capacity for the safety and security of air transport, while facilitating optimum efficiency with respect to the movement of passengers and goods.
Kampala - Entebbe Road, Entebbe 5536, Uganda
The Civil Aviation Authority of Botswana (CAAB) was established by the Civil Aviation Authority Act, 2004 (CAA Act, 2004) which mandates CAAB to promote aviation safety and security and ensure the regular and efficient use and development of Civil Aviation in Botswana.
Plot 61920, Letsema Office Park, Gaborone, Botswana
A leading, dynamic and effective Civil Aviation Authority which is a driver of safe and secure aviation transportation development and significant contributor to Zambia’s socio-economic development.
Former Zambia Airways Technical Base, Hangar 38/947M Kenneth Kaunda International Airport
The primary responsibilities of the Zambian military are ensuring border security and territorial integrity. The country has a commitment to international peacekeeping, specifically on the African continent.
The Government of the Republic of Zambia, through the Ministry of Gender is committed to promoting and protecting women’s and children’s rights, curbing gender-based violence and reducing gender inequalities by making progressive changes to legislation to strengthen the protective environment.
Government Complex 2nd Floor Independence Avenue Kamwala Zambia
The Deputy Prime Minister’s Office exists to set up and oversee a national policy and institutional environment that support effective delivery of government services through a well coordinated system with a special emphasis on a comprehensive social welfare system; gender mainstreaming; children issues as well as pro active disaster preparedness within the development discourse
Gwamile Street, Swaziland