Trade In Services

ECOWAS Trade and related protocols, supplementary protocols, regulations and decisions
Trade in services
s/n  

heading of legal instrument

 

objectives

 

date of signing

 

signatories

1 c reg 25 06 13 approving the development of an energy sector emergency support for gambia mali and sierra leone desirous of providing a sustainable solution to the

energy crisis through an emergency support to the

gambia (usd 31.90 million), mali (usd 54.34 million),

and sierra leone (usd 21.8 million) in order to

implement emergency power supply programmes

 

done in abidjan, this 21st day of june 2013

h.e. charles koffi diby

2 c reg 15 06 13 relating to the ecowas bioenergy strategy framework conscious of the need to improve energy security,

increase access to modern energy services and support

the region’s economic and social development in an

environmentally benign manner through the promotion

and use of renewable energy and energy efficient

technologies in ecowas member states

done in abidjan, this 21st day of june 2013

h.e. charles koffi diby

3 c reg 14 06 13 relating to the ecowas small-sclae hydropower program the need to improve energy security,

increase access to modern energy services and support

the region’s economic and social development in an

environmentally benign manner through the promotion

and use of renewable energy and energy efficient

technologies in ecowas member states

done in abidjan, this 21st day of june 2013 h.e. charles koffi diby
4 c reg 9 06 13 relating to capacity building in the energy sector considering the urgent need to increase qualified

staff in the energy sector for development,

implementation of projects and their operations

done in abidjan, this 21st day of june 2013 h.e. charles koffi diby
5 c reg 8 06 13 relating to the establishmnet of a fund for emergency measures in the energy sector mindful of supplementary act a/sa.4/01/08 of 18

january, 2008 adopting the emergency power supply

security plan (epssp);

done in abidjan, this 21st day of june 2013

h.e. charles koffi diby

6 c reg 07 06 13 relating to the optimization of th eoperation of the wa gas pipeline mindful of protocol a/p4/1/03 of 31 january 2003,

hereafter referred to as “the ecowas energy protocol”

establishing the legal framework intended to promote

long term cooperation in the ecowas energy sector

and based on complementarities and mutual benefit aimed

at achieving increased investment on the energy sector

and increased energy trade in the west african region

done in abidjan, this 21st day of june 2013

h.e charles koffi diby

7 c rec 4 06 13 on the ecowas renewable energy policy conscious of the need to improve energy security,

increase access to modern energy services and support

the region’s economic and social development in an

environmentally benign manner through the promotion

and use of renewable energy and energy efficient

technologies in ecowas member states

done in abidjan, this 21st day of june 2013

h.e. charles koffi diby

8 rec 3 06 13 on the ecowas energy efficiency policy conscious of the need to improve energy security,

increase access to modern energy services and support

the region’s economic and social development in an

environmentally benign manner through the promotion

and use of renewable energy and energy efficient

technologies in ecowas member states

done in abidjan, this 21st day of june 2013

h.e. charles koffi diby

9 supplementary act a/sa.3/07/13 on the ecowas renewable energy Policy…supplementary act asa.30713 desirous therefore of improving energy security,

increase access to modern energy services and support

the region’s economic and social development in an

environmentally benign manner through the promotion

and use of renewable energy and energy efficient

technologies in ecowas member states

done in abuja, this 18th day of july 2013 burkina faso, republic of benin, cape verde, cote d’ voire, gambia, ghana, guinea buissau, republic of guinea, republic of liberia,
10 a sa 2 07 13 on the ecowas energy efficiency policy convinced that energy is a resource, a collective

service, and at the same time, a production factor of

multisectorial dimension that lies at the heart of any

socio-economic development process and essential for

meeting fundamental human needs (food, health,

education, etc.);

done in abuja, this 18th day of july 2013 burkina faso, republic of benin, republic of cape verde, cote d’ voire, gambia, ghana, guinea buissau, republic of guinea, republic of liberia, republic of mali, republic of niger,
11 c dir 1 06 13 on the organisation of the regional electricity market desiring to promote a regional approach to crossborder

electricity trade and to ensure the harmonization

of institutions and rules within ecowas, with a view

to organizing the regional electricity market and creating

favourable conditions for the development of investment

and capacity within the member states of ecowas

done in adibjan, this 21st day of june 2013 h.e. charles koffi diby
12 supplementary act a/sp.11/02/12 relating to common rules on aviation security in ecowas member states… determined to safeguard civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference and also to enhance uniform security measures within the ecowas region done in abuja, this 17th day of february
2012
burkina faso, republic of benin, cape verde, cote d’ voire, gambia, ghana, guinea buissau, republic of guinea, republic of liberia,
13 supplementary act a/sp.5/02/12 relating to the common rules on air carrier liability in case of accident in ecowas member states desirous to adopt a common community legal framework on air carrier liability in case of an accident in ecowas member state done in abuja, this 17th day of february
2012
burkina faso, republic of benin cote d’ voire, gambia, ghana, guinea buissau, republic of guinea, republic of liberia, republic of mali, republic of niger,
14 supplementary act a/sp.3/02/12 relating desirous to adopt a common community legal
framework on the liberalization of market access to
ground handling services at airports of ecowas
member states;
done in abuja, this 17th day of february
2012
burkina faso, republic of benin cote d’ voire, gambia, ghana, guinea buissau, republic of guinea, republic of liberia, republic of mali, republic of niger, republic of nigeria, reepulic of senegal, republic of sieria leone, republic of togo .
15 supplementary act a/sp.8/02/12 relating desirous to adopt a common community legal
framework on conditions of access to air transport
markets in ecowas member states;
done in abuja, this 17th day of february
2012
burkina faso, republic of benin cote d’ voire, gambia, ghana, guinea buissau, republic of guinea, republic of liberia, republic of mali, republic of niger, republic of nigeria, reepulic of senegal, republic of sieria leone, republic of togo .
16 supplementary act a/sp.9/02/12 relating desirous to adopt a common community legal
framework on rules of competition and exemptions
in air transport services, for the member states of
west africa
done in abuja, this 17th day of february
2012
burkina faso, republic of benin cote d’ voire, gambia, ghana, guinea buissau, republic of guinea, republic of liberia, republic of mali, republic of niger, republic of nigeria, reepulic of senegal, republic of sieria leone, republic of togo .
17 supplementary act a/sp.10/02/12 relating desirous to adopt a common community legal
framework on the approval of air carriers in
ecowas member states;
done in abuja, this 17th day of february
2012
burkina faso, republic of benin cote d’ voire, gambia, ghana, guinea buissau, republic of guinea, republic of liberia, republic of mali, republic of niger, republic of nigeria, reepulic of senegal, republic of sieria leone, republic of togo .
18 supplementaryacta/sa.2/01/07 on access  and interconnection in respect of ict  sector networks and services.. desirous of adopting a regime of access to and
interconnection of networks and services within the
information and communication technology (ict)
sector in the westafrica sub region in order to foster
competition for the benefit of operators and users
in that sector;
done atouagadougou, this 19™ day of january 2007 republic of benin, burkina faso, republic of cote/d’lvoire, repulic of ghana, republic of guinea, “republic of guinea bissau, republic of liberia, republic of mali, republic of niger, federal republic of nigeria, republic of senegal, republic of sierra leone, togolese republic
19 supplementary act a/sa.3/01/07 on the desirous ofadopting harmonized regulations in
regard to the procedures for the granting of such
licenses orauthorizations within themember states,
based on the rules offree competition in conformity
with international legislation in the area of ict;
done atouagadougou, this 19™ day of january 2007 republic of benin, burkina faso, republic of cote/d’lvoire, repulic of ghana, republic of guinea, “republic of guinea bissau, republic of liberia, republic of mali, republic of niger, federal republic of nigeria, republic of senegal, republic of sierra leone, togolese republic
20 decision a/dec.9/12/01 relating to the  grant of certain advantages to the private for greater cooperation between
african airlines in order to boost the development
of inter-african air transport and the need to
improve the air services available to the consumers;
mindful of decision’ ahg/oua/dec.1; to ensure fair competition
in the aii’transport market in order to provide the
users, reliable, efficient, safe and affordable air services
in the sub-region;
done at dakar, this 21st day of
decembe’r, 2001
h. e. alpha oumar konare
chairman
for the authority
21 decision aldec.10/12/01 relating to the  grant of certain advantages to the private to improve coastal shipping
services in the west african region
done at dakar, this 21st day of
december, 2001
h. e. alpha oumar konare
chairman
for the authority
22 recommendation c/rec.8/7/96 relating to the conclusion of a multilateral air transport agreement among member states aware of the need to develop air transport services within ecowas done at abuja, this 25th day of july, 1996 hon. kwame peprah chairman for council of ministers
23  decision aldec. 7n/96 onthe conclusion  of a multilateral air transport  agreement among member states aware of the need to develop air transport
services within ecowas
done at abuja,
this 27th day of july, 1996
h.e. jerry john rawlings
chairman
for the authority
24 recommendation c/rec. 11n/96 relating to the adoption of an ecowas statistics determined to put in place a regional
mechanism for the harmonious development of
statistics in the region which would ensure the
efficient collection, analysis, compilation and
dissemination of data at both national and regional
levels
done at abuja,
this 25th day of july, 1996
hon. kwame peprah
chairman,
for council of ministers.
25  decision a/dec.2/7/86 relating to the  creation of the organisation of trade desirious that the system of check-off shall be applied
to all member states of the community to improve the financial position of the national trade unions as well as that of their regional organisation: otuwa.
done at abuja, this 1st day of july 1986 h.e. major-general ibrahim badamasi babangida
chairman

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