Africa Transport Policy Program (SSATP)
Set up as a program with the title International Advisory Committee, 1987, following a meeting under the auspices of E-XE4174 - United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) and F-XF6841 - The World Bank Group, where program relocated in 1988, when title changed to Sub-Saharan Africa Transport Program. Scope and title changed, 1992: Sub-Saharan Africa Transport Policy Program. Program reviewed 2000. Current Development Plan (DP3) implemented 2015-2020. Current title adopted 2012, after expanding activities to North African countries with the addition of Morocco and Tunisia.
Facilitate policy development and related capacity-building in the transport sector of Africa.
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