East Africa Gears up for ICAO USAP CMA Auditsea_admin
The East African Community States are committed to ensuring a safe, secure and efficient aviation industry. For that reason, following the ICAO Universal Security Audit Programme of Continuous Monitoring Approach, the United Republic of Tanzania and the Republic of Kenya (who were among the first ICAO Contracting States to undergo such an audit) of September 2015, Uganda and Rwanda are in high gear preparing for their audits that have been scheduled for 2016.
One of the main functions of CASSOA is to assist the Partner States in meeting their safety and security oversight obligations and responsibilities under the Chicago Convention and its Annexes. Therefore, as CASSOA worked closely with Tanzania and Kenya in their preparations for these audits, it is doing the same for Rwanda and Uganda. Tanzania and Kenya scored way above the average required score. CASSOA is now assisting the remaining Partner States in preparations for their audits in order to score above the required average, as well.
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