The Memorandum of Understanding on Port State Control for West and Central African Region (Abuja MoU) is one of the 9 Regional MoUs and 1 National MoU established pursuant to IMO Resolution A.682(17) of 1991. Operating under a Cooperative Agreement with IMO, Abuja MoU was established as an inter-governmental organization comprising the Maritime Administrations of twenty-two Countries abutting the Atlantic Coast of Africa.

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A 5-Day Intensive Training on Maritime Labour Convention (ML…

We are pleased to share the successful commencement of the 5-day intensive training course on the Maritime Labour Convention (MLC,...

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Regional Training Course on the Maritime Labour Convention, …

The Secretariat of the Memorandum of Understanding on Port State Control for West and Central African Region (Abuja MoU), in...

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Celebrating the Day of the Seafarer – 25 June

Celebrating the Day of the Seafarer – 25 June Today, we join the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) and all the...

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Abuja MoU and MACN Train Port State Control Officers on Ethi…

The Abuja Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for Port State Control for West and Central African Region and the Maritime Anti-Corruption...

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2024 International Day for Women in Maritime: Shaping the fu…

2024 International Day for Women in Maritime – Shaping the Future of Maritime Safety The Abuja Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)...

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Join Us for an Empowering Event: Ethics and Integrity Leader…

Abuja MoU, in collaboration with MACN, is thrilled to announce an exclusive opportunity for Port State Control Officers (PSCOs) to...

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