An investigation in design of one-stop border posts (OSBPs) in Uganda. (case at Busia OSBP-Uganda and Bunagana Kisoro OSBP to be Uganda).)
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OSBPs An OSBP is a border facility that combines two stops for national border control processing into one consolidating border control functions in a shared space for exiting one country and entering another. Some of the OSBPs in Uganda include; Katuna, Mutukula, Busia, Malaba, Elegu, Mirama Hills. In Europe, the OSBP concept first appeared in the 1920s when France and Belgium co-located border facilities in a farmhouse straddling their border and offered the possibility to administrative and judicial authorities of both countries to interview suspects without having to apply for extradition. (NEPAD, 2016) In the 2000s the OSBP concept began to be applied across Africa. In 2004, the East African Community (EAC) together with the Northern Corridor Transit and Transport Coordination.