Maximizing the benefits of WTO membership: Life after accession for Afghanistan and LiberiaTrade Policy
Nairobi, 19 July 2016
Zambia: Trade and eco-friendly business solutionsEnvironment
Laystone, one of Zambia's many local beekeepers, is enthusiastic about the benefits of beekeeping to his livelihood and community. With up to twelve 20-liter buckets per month, his honey harvesting seasons have become very profitable.
Nepal: Trade, building sustainable livelihoods, fostering greater competition and managing water conservationAgriculture
Chandra and her 25 colleagues from her women's association take a break from the day's farming business to hold a meeting on their ginger business prospects and the stiff market competition they face with India's value-added ginger.
Mali: Fighting to maintain ecosystem balance and halt the advancing Sahara desertEnvironment
Oumar isone of the 370,500 people in Mali producing gum arabic, among which 80% (296,400) are women.
Improved trade policies in fish sectors could address gender inequalitiesWomen and Trade
New UNCTAD-EIF study of the fisheries sector in The Gambia shows trade policies have to be inclusive if they are to reduce poverty.