Activities and Programmes

Capacity Building

Activities and Programmes

  • Mercator Programme

    In June 2014, the WCO launched the Mercator Programme to ensure uniform implementation of the World Trade Organization (WTO) Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA).”

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  • People Development

    The WCO has developed a Capacity Building strategy based on key principles relating to ownership, accountability and empowerment in order to enable Members effectively to implement reform and modernization and to develop their capacities in a sustainable manner.

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  • Learning Programme

    Global, regional and national imperatives have reinforced the need for responsive Customs organizations. Their human capital is one of their most valuable assets to keep pace with an ever-changing environment.

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  • Integrity Programme

    Customs administrations around the world play a key role in trade facilitation, revenue collection, community protection and national security. As such, the lack of integrity in Customs can distort trade and investment opportunities, undermine public trust in government administration and ultimately jeopardise the well being of all citizens. Integrity is a prerequisite for the proper functioning of a Customs administration.

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  • Leadership and Management Development Programme

    A good leadership and management is a vital need for the development of Customs leaders and managers to enhance their ability to lead, reform and modernize their organizations.

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  • Cooperation Programmes

    The WCO conducts a variety of capacity building projects in the form of cooperation programmes. Here, development organizations or member countries have agreed to finance agreed upon projects.

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  • What is PICARD?

    The Partnerships in Customs Academic Research and Development Programme aims to increase the professional knowledge and standing of Customs executives and practitioners; provide a cooperation framework for Customs Education and Research; encourage national adoption of integrated education, training and development scheme by education authorities; initiate new approaches to Customs whole-of-career development strategies.

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  • WCO promotes Gender Equality and Diversity

     

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  • The Virtual Customs Orientation Academy (VCOA)

    The Virtual Customs Orientation Academy (VCOA) was introduced in 2014. This English-speaking programme offers a 14-week tutored online course via the CLiKC! platform for newly recruited Customs officers.

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  • Fellowship Programme

    Fellowship Programme forms part of the WCO Leadership and Management Development Programme and its initiatives to develop Member administrations’ management capacities.

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  • Scholarship Programme

    The WCO established the Japan-WCO Human Resource Development Programme (Scholarship Programme) in 2000, funded by Japan Customs, aimed at improving the human resources of WCO Member Customs administrations.

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  • Career Development Programme

    10 June 2019

    The Career Development Programme was launched in 2009 by the WCO, in cooperation with Japan Customs. It provides an opportunity for selected candidates, known as Professional Associates (PA), to undertake work at the WCO Secretariat for 10 months.

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