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    (Geneva) – The International Trade Centre (ITC) and the Government of the Republic of Namibia are partnering to launch the ACCESS! programme to enable women entrepreneurs in the country to tap new markets and increase their exports.ACCESS! is designed...


    (ADDIS ABABA) Ms. Arancha González, the Executive Director of the International Trade Centre (ITC), outlined the agency’s planned US$ 60 million African trade integration programme at the annual conference of African Union (AU) trade ministers today....

    Representatives from Gambia

    Fourth Global Review of Aid for Trade provided opportunity to strengthen trade and development cooperation between ITC and partner countries


    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.

    putting the focus on regional impact

    In July and October 2011, through a programme organized by ITC and COMESA, a group of Ethiopian leather tanners travelled to India and Italy to meet with prospective buyers. The business owners, all members of the Ethiopian Leather Industries Association...


    Womenexporters.com is a new ITC website offering trade information and regional networking opportunities to businesswomen in Africa under ITC’s Programme for building African Capacity for Trade (PACT II). The site, launched as part of the ACCESS! programme for African Businesswomen in International Trade earlier this month, also serves as a platform for importers who seek to source from women entrepreneurs and reliable suppliers in the continent...

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