The mission of the UNODC-WCO Container Control Programme (CCP) is to build capacity in countries seeking to improve risk management, supply chain security, and trade facilitation in seaports, airports and land border crossings in order to prevent the cross-border movement of illicit goods.
As the global economy becomes increasingly interconnected, opportunities for trade have spread around the world. Shipping lanes are the superhighways of international commerce; more than 750 million twenty-foot equivalent unit movements are recorded, accounted for 90 percent of the global cargo trade ... more
The UNODC-WCO Container Control Programme (CCP) was established as a joint initiative of the UNODC and the WCO in 2004. Faced with such a complex and globalized problem, the CCP embraces a nuanced, holistic and multi-sectoral approach by providing continuous monitoring ... more
Established in 2015, the CCP Women's Network aims to actively promote women's roles in the Programme and foster and inclusive dialogue around female participation, leadership, empowerment, and freedom from discrimination in a sector often dominated by men. The CCP Women's Network ... more
The CCP is ideally suited to support countries and regions regarding the implementation of United Nations instruments, resolutions and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The CCP strives to facilitate the implementation of all United Nations Security Council resolutions related to ... more