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WCO continues providing support to the Malawi Revenue Authority in strengthening its intelligence function

29 mayo 2017

Under the auspices of the WCO-INAMA project (funded by Sweden, US Department of State, GiZ and CITES Secretariat) the Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) received further support from the WCO in strengthening its intelligence function. The primary objective of this activity was to improve MRA’s risk management capacity with a focus on the illegal wildlife trade.

This support was the follow up to two previous WCO-INAMA missions held in October (2016) and March (2017).  As a consequence of the mission held in March, MRA adopted a business case to strengthen its intelligence function. Therefore this recently carried out mission, held from 24th to 28th April, focused on implementing said business case.

The WCO experts supported the MRA team appointed for the project, in developing the business processes and the job profiles for the intelligence unit.

This mission will be followed up by other similar WCO missions the aim of which will be to strengthen the intelligence function, enabling it to support and strengthen the capacity of the MRA to enforce the CITES Convention.  

This mission was funded by the German Agency for International Cooperation (GiZ).

For more information about this mission and the WCO-INAMA Project, please contact the WCO-INAMA project manager, Marco Foddi (