Trade Policy Development - UNDESA

Trade Policy Development - UNDESA

Information dated: 2017

E-mail: cdp [at] un.org

Capacity-building for graduation strategies for Least Developed Countries in Asia and Africa

Activities under this project focused on improving the capacity of LDCs to access and benefit from the special support measures adopted by the international development community, including trade-related support measures which are among the most complex measures to access and are dispersed across a range of development and trading partners.

For more information: http://www.un.org/ldcportal

Capacity building for removing constraints in utilizing trade-related international support measures for Least Developed Countries

The objective of this project was to increase national capacity in the governments and export sectors of participating LDCs to access and effectively use the trade-related international support measures for advancing the development strategies of LDCs in overcoming structural handicaps and economic vulnerability.

For more information about project reports in four pilot countries: the Gambia, Lesotho, Nepal, and Uganda

Cost-benefit analysis for identifying institutional capacity building priorities in LDCs: an application to Uganda.