Western and Central Africa
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Global Component Connecting and Feeding into Country projects
Objective | Sector Context | Beneficiaries | Contact information
The Global Textiles and Clothing Programme (GTEX) and its related work in the Middle East and North Africa (MENATEX) promotes textile and clothing exports from countries in Central Asia, the Middle East and North Africa. The aim is to stimulate employment and income generation along the value chain. In its initial phase, the project targets Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Tunisia, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. The GTEX programme is funded by the Government of Switzerland and co-funded by the Government of Sweden for the MENA region. ITC, in close collaboration with the Swiss State Secretariat of Economics Affairs (SECO) and the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), will implement the programme. The programmes will run until December 2021.
Ultimate beneficiaries are employees and managers of SMEs that will benefit from job security and possible increased earnings through an increased competitiveness of their companies and the sector as a whole.The intermediate beneficiaries are trade and investment support institutions (TISIs) in the T&C sector that benefit from improved management and operations, as well as an enhanced service offering to their enterprise members.An inclusive approach will address sustainability issues such as gender, youth and the environment.
Matthias Knappe – GTEX Programme Manager
International Trade Centre, Geneva
firstname.lastname@example.org rue de Montbrillant, 1202 Geneva, Switzerland
Tel: (+41) 22 730 0321
GTEX Progamme Overview Presentation
Boosting Textile and Clothing Sector Competitiveness in Egypt
Accroissement de la compétitivité des exportations du secteur du textile et de l’habillement au Maroc