Overview

Capacity Building

Overview

  • The Capacity Building Strategy

    The WCO Secretariat, following an extensive review of the global market for customs development and the development tools provided has established a comprehensive strategy for the sustainable ongoing development of Customs and Border Management Services to meet the demands of Member Governments for the 21st century.

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  • Donor Co-ordination

    A central part of the needs assessment process and the corporate planning process is the coordination of donor support.

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  • Capacity Building Regional Approach

    The WCO Secretariat has devoted a great deal of attention to improving the quality, relevance and availability of its capacity building activities which led to the development of the WCO Capacity Building Strategy. A core aspect of this Strategy involves the “Regional” approach, the objective of which is to promote the sharing among neighbouring countries of ideas and actions to achieve the same regional objectives, namely, economic growth and social development.

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  • The Columbus Methodology

    The Columbus Programme introduced the WCO Capacity Building delivery principles of ownership and results-based management in 2007.The WCO Capacity Building principles are reflected in the 3 phases of WCO Capacity Building support

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