Tripoli-Windhoek Trans-African Highway

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Syllabus of the Subject: Tripoli (Libya) - Windhoek (Namibia) Trans-African Corridor.

  1. Introduction to the Tripoli-Windhoek Trans-African Highway
  2. Main features of the Tripoli-Windhoek Corridor
  3. Access to eight markets of Central, Southern, and Northern Africa: Angola, Chad, Cameroon, the Central African Republic, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Namibia, and Libya
The Subject (e-learning) “ Tripoli-Windhoek Trans-African Highway” is part of the following Higher Education Programs taught by EENI (Business School) and the Hispano-African University of International Business:
  1. Professional Master's Program in African Business
  2. Doctorate in Business in Africa (e-learning)
  3. Course: Transport in Africa
  4. Bachelor's Degree in Inter-African Business

African Student, Doctorate in Business, EENI (Business School) and HA University

Languages of study Higher Education in English or Post-secondary Education in French Corridor Tripoli-Windhoek Study in Portuguese Corredor Tripoli-Windhoek Tertiary Education in Spanish Corredor Tripoli-Windhoek

Sample of the Subject: Tripoli-Windhoek Trans-African Highway
Tripoli-Windhoek Corridor (Trans-African Highway)

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Description of the Subject (Higher Education, e-learning): Tripoli-Windhoek Corridor.

The Tripoli-Windhoek Trans-African Highway, 10,808 kilometres, links:

  1. North Africa: Libya (1,598 kilometres)
  2. Central Africa: Chad (1,930 kilometres), Cameroon (1,517 kilometres), the Central African Republic (482 kilometres), Congo (1,036 kilometres), the Democratic Republic of the Congo (362 kilometres), and Angola (2,001)
  3. Southern Africa: Namibia (1,519 kilometres)

Key features of the Tripoli-Windhoek Trans-African corridor:

  1. Countries: Libya, Chad, Cameroon, the Central African Republic, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Angola, and Namibia
  2. Main languages: Arabic, French, Portuguese, and English
  3. Main religion in the region: Islam and Christianity
  4. Main linked cities: Tripoli, Abugrin, Al Katrun, Zouar, Moussoro, Massaguet, N'djamena, Garoua, Ngaoundere, Bertoua, Salo, Bomassa, Gamboma, Brazzaville, Kinshasa, Matadi, Mepala, M'banza Congo, Cacula, Lubango, Ondangwa, Oshivelo, Otjiwarongo, Windhoek, Noordoewer, and Cape Town
  5. Paved: 5,941 kilometres
  6. Windhoek-Cape Town (South Africa) is part of the Tripoli-Windhoek Trans-African Highway

The Tripoli-Windhoek Trans-African Highway links with other African corridors:

  1. In Algiers (Algeria), with the Cairo-Dakar Trans-African Highway. The first 320 kilometres are shared with the Cairo-Dakar Corridor
  2. In Kano (Nigeria), with the Dakar-N’Djamena corridor
  3. In Lagos (Nigeria), with the Dakar-Lagos corridor and the Lagos-Mombasa corridor
  4. The link Tunisia (Tunis)-Algeria (Gabes-Hazoua-Ghardaia) (800 kilometres) is a feeder of the Algiers-Lagos Trans-African Highway
  5. Algeria (Tamanrasset)-Mali (Gao-Bamako) - 2,226 kilometres- is a feeder of the Algiers-Lagos Trans-African Highway
  6. In Angola (Alto Hama) links with the Beira-Lobito Corridor

The largest ports near to the Tripoli-Windhoek Trans-African Highway:

  1. Port of Lobito and Port of Luanda (Angola)
  2. Port of Douala (Cameroon)
  3. Port of Pointe Noire (Congo)
  4. Port of Durban (South Africa)
  5. Port of Walvis Bay (Namibia)

The Tripoli-Windhoek Trans-African Highway belongs to the African Civilisation.

  1. Central African Economic Area
  2. Southern African Economic Area
  3. East African Economic Area
  4. Maghrebian Economic Area

Regional Economic Communities involved:

  1. Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)
  2. Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)
  3. Southern African Development Community (SADC)
  4. COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite Agreement
  5. Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC)
  6. Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS)
  7. Community of Sahel-Saharan States (CEN-SAD)


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