Missions carried out with the WCO or in the framework of projects financed by international donors:

• May 2012 to present - Over 70 technical assistance missions to several member countries of the World Customs Organization with the objectives of implementing and monitoring customs reforms as well as the implementation of simplified customs procedures and based on the Revised Kyoto Convention.
• May and June 2014 - Missions of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and UNCTAD to assess countries' needs in the implementation of the WTO Agreement on Trade Facilitation (AFE).
• November 2011 - World Bank (Washington DC): presentation of the Cameroon experience in performance contracts (with the Cameroon Customs DG, Thomas Cantens and Marcellin Djeuwo).
• October 2011 - World Customs Organization: audit mission in Liberia Customs for the implementation of a performance policy (with Ms Patricia Revesz),
• September 2011 - Mission to support computerization in Beninese customs within the framework of the Corridor project financed by the World Bank;


 • June - July 2011 - World Customs Organization: audit mission in Niger Customs for the elaboration of an IT strategy in the framework of phase 2 of the COLOMBUS program (with Mr. Bernard Zbinden);
• October 2008 and November 2010 - World Customs Organization (Capacity Building Committee) and World Bank (Washington DC): Presentation of the Service Delivery Control and Performance Contract Testing Policy (with Ms. the Customs DG of Cameroon);
• April 2008 - French Cooperation: Exchange mission with French Customs on risk management;
• September 2008 - World Bank (Washington DC): presentation of the Cameroon experience in monitoring the execution of the service (with the Cameroon Customs DG and Thomas Cantens, Technical Adviser).


Animation and conduct of national and regional seminars
• March 2017 and November 2016, Lomé and Abuja (Togo and Nigeria), Regional workshops for validation of the draft ECOWAS Community Customs Code with representatives of the 15 ECOWAS member countries.
• March 2017, Libreville (Gabon), Regional Validation Workshop on the Draft CEMAC Revised Community Customs Code with representatives of the 6 CEMAC member countries.
• November 2015, Lomé (Togo) Facilitator of the regional workshop on the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) organized by the WCO on behalf of the private sector, customs administrations and ministries of the countries of the WCO-WCA region.
• July 2015, Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso), Facilitator in cooperation with the International Trade Center (ITC) of the subregional workshop organized by WAEMU for Customs executives and Ministries of Trade of the member countries for accompany in their procedures for accession and implementation of the Revised Kyoto Convention and the WTO Agreement on Trade Facilitation.
• November 2014, Shanghai (China), Facilitator of a subregional seminar organized by the Asian Development Bank for customs executives from certain Asian and Eastern European countries to accompany them in their procedures accession and implementation of the Revised Kyoto Convention.
• April 2014, Baku (Azerbaijan), Facilitator of the Asian Development Bank Subregional Workshop for Customs Executives from Asian and Eastern European Countries to Train them in Modern Customs Procedures and effective using WCO instruments and tools such as the Revised Kyoto Convention, Risk Analysis Handbook and Coordinated Border Management.
• July 2013, Abidjan (Côte d'Ivoire), Facilitator of a sub-regional seminar organized by WAEMU for Customs officials from member countries to assist them in their accession and implementation procedures. Kyoto Convention Revised.
• June 2013, Naïrobi (Kenya), Facilitator of the Regional Workshop organized by the African Union Commission for Regional Clusters and several African countries to accompany them in their procedures for accession and implementation of the Convention International for Simplification and Harmonization of Customs Procedures (Revised Kyoto Convention).
• March 2013, Kashiwa-Tokyo (Japan), Facilitator of the Seminar on the Study on the Time Required for the Release of Goods for 23 Asian and Pacific Countries.
• November 2009, Brazzaville (Congo), Facilitator of the training seminar on "the fight against fraud and smuggling of sugar" organized in the framework of the project 2009 / 218278-1 d

Animation and conduct of national and regional seminars :

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