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Kenya Coast National Polytechnic Courtesy Visit to PMAESA Secretariat

PMAESA Secretary General Col. Andre Ciseau received a delegation from the Kenya Coast National Polytechnic (KNCP) at the PMAESA Secretariat on 7 September 2021. Mr. Kevin Ochieng’ and Ms. Magdalene Kituku who lead the ‘East Africa Skills for Transformation and Regional Integration Project’ (EASTRIP) at KNCP, expressed their appreciation for the establishment of a working…Read More

September 9th, 2021  |  Published in pmaesa news

UKHO and PMAESA Formalize Collaboration

The United Kingdom Hydrographic Office (UKHO) and PMAESA formalize collaboration by signing an MoU in a bid to provide technical assistance to Port Authorities and National Hydrographic Offices in respective member states. Details of the collaboration were discussed in an introductory meeting held online with the PMAESA Secretary General Col. Andre Ciseau on 18 August…Read More

August 25th, 2021  |  Published in pmaesa news

Secretary General Courtesy Call on The Uganda Consul General in Mombasa

On Tuesday, 17 August 2021, The Secretary General of PMAESA, Col. Andre Ciseau, paid a courtesy visit to the new Consul General of Uganda, Amb. Paul Mukumbya in his office based in Nyali, Mombasa. The main purpose of the visit was to officially welcome the new Consul General to Mombasa and update him on the…Read More

August 17th, 2021  |  Published in pmaesa news

PMAESA Secretary General Calls for Enhanced Collaboration in the Horn of Africa Region

The PMAESA Secretary General, Col. Andre Ciseau, called upon the Ports and Maritime Stakeholders in the Horn of Africa (HOA) region, to strengthen their collaborative efforts in order to boost and diversify the region’s economic output. Speaking on the sidelines of the Intermodal Africa 2021 held from 3 – 5 August in Djibouti, Col. Ciseau…Read More

August 10th, 2021  |  Published in pmaesa news

Hadiza Bala Usman Announces Contest to Vie for IAPH Vice-President (Africa Region)

The Managing Director of the Nigerian Ports Authority, Ms Hadiza Bala Usman (pictured) on 20 April 2021 announced her interest to re-contest for the position of Vice President of the International Association of Ports & Harbors (IAPH), Africa Region. In a letter seen by the PMAESA Secretariat the Ms Usman requests the support of PMAESA…Read More

April 22nd, 2021  |  Published in pmaesa news

Namport New CEO Appointment

The Board of the Namibian Ports Authority has appointed Mr. Andrew Kanime as the Chief Executive Officer of the Authority. The appointment is effective from the 1st of November 2020 and is for a five-year term. Mr. Kanime holds a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA), an Honors degree in Accounting and Finance as well as…Read More

October 25th, 2020  |  Published in news, pmaesa news

COVID-19: Message from the Secretary General

Dear Esteemed Members, Stakeholders and Development Partners As I write this, the world we live in is very different from what it was just a few months ago. And it is my sincere belief that many of you that you feel the same. As leaders, we are making multifaceted decisions on a daily basis to…Read More

March 25th, 2020  |  Published in pmaesa news

Recruitment of Intern for Finance Department

The PMAESA Secretariat in a bid to improve its Human Resource capacity and in line with PMAESA Board directives, has recruited Mr. Stephen Odendwa in early February to assist in the work of the finance department. Mr Odendwa currently holds a degree in Commerce having graduated from Chuka University in 2019. Mr Odendwa during his…Read More

February 28th, 2020  |  Published in pmaesa news

Courtesy Call by New ISCOS Secretary General

The PMAESA Secretary General Col. Andre Ciseau received the newly appointed Secretary General of the Intergovernmental Standing Committee on Shipping Mr. Daniel Kiange at the PMAESA Secretariat on 20 February 2020. Mr Kiange expressed his appreciation to the PMAESA Secretary General for the warm welcome. He was accompanied by his team comprising Mr. Kassim Mpaata,…Read More

February 21st, 2020  |  Published in pmaesa news

Preparedness of Ports to respond to The Coronavirus outbreak

The impact of the deadly coronavirus outbreak is already being felt across the globe because many Chinese nationals travel across the world, either for business or leisure. Many other nationalities also travel to and from China for the same reasons. Occasionally, African countries via maritime gateways, receives passenger liners with tourists from Asia among other…Read More

February 10th, 2020  |  Published in pmaesa news