Cairo-Gaborone Trans East African Highway Authority (TEAHA)

Autorité de la Route trans-est-africaine Le Caire-Gaborone (ARTEA)

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1981, Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), within the framework of Trans-African Highway System, in cooperation with United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA), and with the assistance of Organization of African Unity (OAU), to administer the Trans East African Highway (TEAH) -- Route trans-est-africaine (RTEA), the Headquarters to be located in Nairobi (Kenya). Currently coordinated by Trans-African Highway Bureau, following new arrangement May 1991, Addis Ababa. Has been referred to as Trans-East African Highway Authority. As of 2001, no longer functions.


Plan and undertake a Cairo-Gaberone road which, in conjunction with the Trans-Sahara (Algiers-Gao-Arlit road), Trans-African (Mombasa-Lagos highway), Trans-Sahelian (Dakar-Massawa road), Trans-Central (Tripoli-Windhoek road), Coastal (Lagos-Nouakchott), will form, when complete, a network crossing 41 countries.

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Development of missing links; harmonization of customs and immigration procedures and traffic regulation.


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Relations with 10 inter-governmental organizations.
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Members in 17 countries
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  • Transportation, Telecommunications
    • Roads
  • Government
    • Authorities

UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and InfrastructureGOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions



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