MUTUAL RECOGNITION AGREEMENT (MRA)
Mutual Recognition Agreement are useful tools for both parties,
institutions, orders, education institutions, universities, colleges
Mutual Recognition Agreement should weld together the two parties and open up countless possibilities.
Mutual Recognition Agreement promote and support the acceptance of the Parties to each other and worldwide.
MRAs are legally binding, negotiated agreements between the Bunyoro-Kitara Kingdom and other institutions.
Types of MRA’s
- Cultural sector
- Health care sector
- Institution sector
- Order, Honor, Award sector
- Education institutions sector
- University sector
- College sector
- Development sector
- Sanitation sector
Aim of MRA’s
- One Test, One Report, Accepted Everywhere
- One Audit, One Certificate, Accepted Everywhere
- Elimination of redundant and costly activities
- Avoidance of duplication of work in testing and Certification
- Promotion of transparency
- Elimination of predatory practices and roadblocks
Benefits of MRA’s
Despite the differences between the two, there are many common benefits. These include:
- Increasing acceptance.
- Providing with an opportunity to test and certify one time to the requirements.
- Ensuring that an accreditation body’s program is re-evaluated regularly against best practices.
- Overall these agreements reduce the burden on both parties and regulatory departments, thereby facilitating negotiation better. MLAs/MRAs do not require signatory to harmonize their standards or regulations of both parties. Instead, these agreements develop closer and stronger relationships among both parties.
- Products may be shipped directly to both parties without any further requirements for testing and/or certification, thereby reducing costs and time
- Promoting transparency in access and competition
- Reduces and minimizes barriers
- Shortens the time for implement to introduce their products into both parties