The Gambia sounding out its agricultural potentialAgriculture
With cashew prices surging and armed with solid trade policy, the country is looking to boost its farmers and processors
New cargo facility heralds trade progress in The GambiaTrade Facilitation
Launch of long-awaited space at country's main airport means more – and more diverse – exports
Small country, big future: A Trade Policy Review of The Gambia, at-a-glanceAid for Trade
The WTO's Trade Policy Review of The Gambia, taking place within the first year of the new administration, was an opportune time to reflect on the state of the economy and deliberate on the type of policies and actions that could help the country better participate in global trade
Placing Least Developed Countries at the helm of promoting effective trade for developmentTrade Policy
Key insights from the event titled "The EIF: Championing Change Through Inclusive Trade," held on the side-lines of the Global Review of Aid for Trade at the World Trade Organization in Geneva from 11 to 13 July 2017.
The ripple effect: How small investments have yielded bigger sustainable rewards in The Gambia
As a small country, The Gambia has to think innovatively to maximize its trade potential outside of its domestic market.
THE GAMBIA: Trade and jobs
Alhagi leads the National Cashew Farmers Association driven by 5,500 members who are working together with the EIF and ITC support to promote cashew nut production countrywide.
THE GAMBIA: Trade and ensuring access and supply to modern energy for building livelihoods
Buba, one of the 57 smallholder farmers (of which 31 are women) cultivating the Sifoe Kafo farm, explains the challenges that farmers faced before having access and supply to modern energy. In The Gambia, land utilized for vegetable cultivation requires a lot of water irrigation.