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​BACKGROUND

​The NACC Systemic Assistance Programme  (SAP) is born as a way to implement the ICAO "No Country Left Behind" (NCLB) Campaign, established by the Council to help ensure that SARP implementation is better harmonized globally so that all States have access to the significant socio-economic benefits of safe and reliable air transport.


In order to implement the ICAO NCLB Campaign, the NACC Regional Office developed its own strategy specifically tailored for the NAM/CAR, which focuses its activities in increasing the Effective Implementation (EI) of ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) and the solution of Significant Safety and Security Concerns (SSCs and SSeCs). This comprehensive approach applies a monitoring methodology which addresses all areas of the civil aviation system (e.g. air navigation, safety, security, environment).

 

Through the application of a project management process, the NACC strategy is articulated in the NACC Systemic Assistance Programme (SAP), which establishes clear objectives, goals, deadlines and responsible entities. The SAP distinguishes five phases depending on the progress with the target State and the assistance level required.

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NACC REGIONAL OFFICE SYSTEMIC ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME (SAP)


Concept

  

Core Elements

Phases  


ACHIEVEMENTS​


USOAP Effective Implementation 2015-2018

USAP Effective Implementation

2015-2018

Forecast of NACC-USOAP-EI

DOCUMENTS​

Declaration of intent between NAM/CAR CAAs and NACC RO ​--

Accountability and Performance Report of the ICAO NACC Regional Office to Member States

(NACC/DCA/6, Nassau, Bahamas, May 2016)                 

Accountability and Performance Report of the ICAO NACC Regional Office to Member States (NACC/DCA/7, Washington, D.C., United States, September 2017)​

​Accountability and Performance Report of the ICAO NACC Regional Office to Member States

(NACC/DCA/8, Ottawa, Canada, 31 July – 2 August 2018)

 

 

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