This project was part of USAID’s Enabling Agricultural Trade (EAT) project and aimed to conduct a cross-border trade analysis on existing and potential cross-border markets for Rwandan crops, agricultural inputs (fertilizer, seeds), and livestock. This project directly supported the Government of Rwanda and private sector priorities of investment facilitation, export growth, and poverty reduction. To the maximum extent feasible, research on cross-border market dynamics was conducted and clarified the following for Rwandan CIP crops, inputs, and livestock across end markets in Burundi, DR Congo, Tanzania and Uganda: