Support for women’s associations in Madagascar to enhance raffia production is also helping the conservation of biodiversity in the Makira Natural Park.
Can coffee empower women? Join ITC for a film screening at Palais des Nations on Monday 16 March to find out.
Women entrepreneurs across Africa are generating employment and adding value to exports in innovative ways, despite facing a range of challenges, including limited access to export training, market information and finance.
Exporters of agricultural products in Peru’s northern Amazonian corridor are getting a helping hand from ITC, working with national and local TSIs, to overcome the many challenges they face in trying to develop new markets abroad and diversify their offering.
Funding to improve competitiveness and boost volume and value of rooibos exports.
ITC’s buyer-seller development partnerships aim at increasing exports of mangos from Senegal to Europe.
Growth of 15% in the Kyrgyz clothing sector during the first 11 months of 2011 — double the previous year’s rate — was welcome news to a government battling a record trade deficit. Exports by clothing companies jumped by US$ 20 million between January and November, and this was in part, according to Kyrgyz officials, the result of ITC’s trade-promotion work in the sector.
stressed the importance of Aid for Trade during the second day of the World
Trade Organization (WTO)’s Eighth Ministerial Conference. The comments came during informal discussion
on the multilateral trading system. In her
business in commodities such as coffee or tea or in fresh fruit and vegetables
represents great potential for growth and employment in Africa. The challenge
for these sectors lies in effective and efficient exporting to the right
Cooperative partnerships and long-term approaches improve connectivity within supply chains. Connectivity within supply chains is not easy to achieve, especially as competitiveness in developing and least developed countries may be...