About Trade Aid Investments Conditions
TAIC is a movement of young Pan Africans who are working towards the realization of sustainable Africa Economy. TAIC stands for Trade Aid Investment Conditions. It is a vehicle that seeks to grow Africa's policies from reliance on AID to becoming a leader on TRADE. TAIC seeks to be an avenue that will enable the youth from across Africa to advocate for fair trade practices, the growth and expansion of the African Market for the African Produce and Intra-continental infrastructural development.
TAIC conceptualizes the 54 African nations working together as a marekt bloc allowing easy movement of goods and services, growing trade and economy as well as increasing accountability, transparency and responsiveness in governance.
TAIC addresses cross-cutting issues such as health, education, entrepreneursip, technology, cohesion, govenance and social justice. This issues are grouped under the following thematic pillars:
Issues relating to trade, economy, enterprise, business growth and development, including plicy changes in education to encourage the growth of Information technology and enterpreneuship.
Issues that Africa still grapples with that can be addressed through AFRICAID a forum for funding Africa by Africans from across the globe. This includes issues such as HEALTH TECHNOLOGY, HEALTH RESEARCH, HEALTH INTERVENTION, NUTRITION TECHNOLOGY collaboration.
Advocating for cross border partenrships for cross border infrastructural development. this includes hosting forums for African thinkers to conceptualize and propose the fastest easiest ways to implement infrastructural development that will open Africa for joint intra-africa trade.
Necessary conditions that will ensure growth and sustainability. This includes: Governance, Transparency, Equity, Human Rights, Democracy, Social Justice and Accountability.
together through encouraging trade between themselves to value add and consume them within the continent or export them after value addition.
TAIC intends to hold sensitization workshops with youth especially student leaders and young entrepreneurs to explore new business ideas and how they can be harnessed to reduce over reliance of employment and also brain drain to the developed world.