As a federal company, GIZ supports the Federal Government in achieving its goals in international cooperation for sustainable development.
Since 2006, GIZ has been supporting the programme Promoting West Africa Trade Implementation (WATIP), co-funded by the european union (EU) and the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), through its Support Programme to the Commission of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS).
The new WATIP II programme will be supported by the project support to the ECOWAS Commission in the field of Trade and Customs, which will commence in October 2018.
This phase of the programme (2018-2022) will focus on the implementation of trade facilitation measures in West Africa. The intervention targets selected corridors and border posts in the region and includes a variety of activities ranging from hard’ interventions e.
g. aimed at enhancing (trade) corridor management and regional customs connectivity, to softer’ activities in the area of policy dialogue, capacity building, and awareness raising, especially targeting small-
scale traders including women. These activities on trade facilitation will be carried out in cooperation with the EU. The EU contribution to the programme amounts to 15 million EUR.
Abuja is located in the centre of Nigeria and constitutes the capital of the country. Nice weather with temperatures of 25-
35 degrees Celsius is typical for Abuja. Basic medical provision is ensured via several doctors and clinics that practice according to international standards, including a German doctor, with standard medical supplies from Germany.
A German and international kindergarten, as well as international primary and secondary schools (French, American and British curriculum) offer education for children.
Several international supermarket chains are open in Abuja and offer a wide range of daily-needs products. Abuja also offers a variety of sports (Football, Tennis, Squash, Swimming, Volleyball, Yoga etc.
This also includes opportunities for children. The arts and cultures scene in Abuja is young, but steadily growing. The number of international restaurants and cafés is increasing.
Additionally, there are many traditional food places in town.
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GIZ would like to increase the proportion of employees with disability, both in Germany and abroad. Applications from persons with disabilities are most welcome.