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  • In Latin America - Peru

    ITC invites women business owners and buyers interested in sourcing from women vendors, to join the Global Platform for Action on Sourcing from Women Vendors. Registration is simple see http://www.intracen.org/Global-Platform-for-Action-on-Sourcing-from-Women-Vendors/

    ITC is active in building women’s capacity to meet buyers’ requirements. One of our projects that has generated over USD1 million in sales for beneficiaries in 18 months, focused assistance on women in alpaca in Arequipa, Peru. See the video and brochure.  ITC works with institutions such as Promperú and organisations like SPINNA to ensure sustained support through linking women entrepreneurs to networks active in capacity building and sales.

    • Please click here to download the Peru Alpaca 4 pager project presentation
    • Please click here to download the Brochure

    Moda Alpaca - L.paulet - Apoyo del ITC a Empresarias Peruanas


    Moda Alpaca - Artesanías Tumi Arte - Apoyo del ITC a Empresarias Peruanas


    Moda Alpaca - Apoyo del ITC a Empresarias Peruanas



    (This project is funded in part by DFID 2011-2012)

    Alpaca project in Arequipa, Peru


    (This project is funded by the Spanish Fund 2009-2010)

  • Highlights

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    International Trade Centre launches a groundbreaking tool to track policies for women in trade

    SheTrades Outlook enables governments and others to track progress on gender equality in trade

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