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					Leveraging airports for economic development
         aviation safety & security:
        The Pan African Perspective



Airport Infrastructure Investment for Growth




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        COSCAP
Cooperative Development of Operational Safety and
         Continuing Airworthiness Program



      (UEMOA)
    WEST AFRICA ECONOMIC AND MONETARY UNION

                  DOUKA K. Jacques
       Inspecteur Régional Licences du Personnel

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   Background on COSCAPs in West and Central
    Africa

   COSCAP-UEMOA Project Goals

   COSCAP-UEMOA Project Achievements

   Conclusion



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   COSCAP Programme In the world.
    Implemented by ICAO in 1998
      Since 2000, 11 COSCAP have been implemented in
       the world in more than seventy (70) countries:
        Asia: 22 member States (COSCAP-SA, COSCAP-NA,
         COSCAP-SEA)
        Europe-Middle East : 15 member States +12
        (COSCAP-GS, COSCAP-CIS, COSCAP-Med, COSCAP-NAfr)
        Africa : 23 member States (COSCAP-BAG, COSCAP-
         UEMOA, COSCAP-CEMAC)
        Latine America : 11 member States (COSCAP-LA)

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    COSCAP Programs in West & Central Africa

   Implemented by UEMOA and ECOWAS
    following Yamoussoukro Decision (1999).

       Concept of three COSCAP Projects in W&C
        Africa was adopted by a Council of Ministers

       Three COSCAP Projects were created,
        as follows:

              COSCAP-UEMOA
              COSCAP-CEMAC
              COSCAP-BAG

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   COSCAP in UEMOA member-States

    Decision n°13/2005/CM/UEMOA adopted the
    common mecanism of safety oversight in the
    member States.




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   a co-operative agreement between Participant
    States

   managed by a Project Steering Committee

   Implemented by ICAO Technical Co-operation
    Bureau (TCB) through an trust fund

   Funded by the Participant States (UEMOA) with
    additional contributions from donors


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   Harmonize the regulations and procedures in
    accordance with the norms and practices
    recommended by OACI

   To enhance capacity of CAAs members by
    providing theoretical and on-the-job training to
    National Inspectors;

   To provide air operator certification and
    surveillance tasks on behalf of CAAs;

   To facilitate a coordinated approach to share
    technical expertise;

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   To address specific issues and deficiencies
    pointed out in the ICAO audit reports of
    participant states;

   To establish a Regional Aviation Safety Team
    (RAST);

   To establish an aerodrome inspection and
    certification program and

   To serve as a pilot project for the establishment
    of a permanent aviation safety oversight
    Agency.

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Bénin
Burkina Faso
Côte d’Ivoire
Guinée Bissau
Mali
Niger
Sénégal
Togo
(Mauritanie)




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   Based in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso

   Started in November 2005 with One
    Airworthiness Expert

   Staffing during first year of operation:

      - CTA/Flight Operations Expert (May 2006)
      - Airworthiness Expert (Nov 2005)
      - 2 Regional Airworthiness Inspector (Mar 2006)

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   Staffing during second year:
      - CTA/Flight Operations Expert;
      - Airworthiness Expert;
      - 2 Regional Airworthiness Inspectors;
      - 1 Regional Licensing Inspector (Oct 2006);
      -1 Regional Flight Operations Inspector (Nov 2006).
   Current Staffing:
      - CTA/Flight Operations Expert (Oct 2007);
      - 2 Regional Airworthiness Inspectors;
      - 1 Regional Licensing Inspector.



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   Based on ICAO SARPs;

   Acceptance of UEMOA Regulations;

   Development of Inspector                         Guidance
    Materials (on-going).




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   COSCAP provided training in 2007;

    - 44 national inspectors
    - 20 national airline agents.
   Donor Training – US DOT/FAA – DGAC/ENAC

    - FAA/ICAO Endorsed Government Safety Inspector (GSI)
     Courses (Ops)

    - GSI trainer Course

    - Airworthiness inspector course

    - Operation inspector course
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   Simulation of ICAO audits of Togo, &
    Burkina Faso;

   09 Recommendations related to the safety
    oversight to the UEOA States




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   The benefits of a regional co-operative approach
    have clearly been demonstrated;

   Donor support program such as COSCAP where
    the benefits go to the maximum number of
    States;

   COSCAP mechanism has proven to be cost
    effective.



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COSCAP has proven to be a
viable, practical and efficient
approach to enhance the
safety and efficiency of air
transport.


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THANK YOU



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