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April 27, 2022 - Ratnakar Adhikari

Unlocking e-commerce in LDCs: Governments hold the key

The EIF recognises that our contribution to creating a thriving e-commerce ecosystem in LDCs is part and parcel of a bigger effort bringing together the expertise and skills of many others. While some are working together with the private sector, including small businesses, others are working with governments. While some invest in building digital infrastructure, others impart knowledge to build digital skills and yet others provide support to prepare and implement e-commerce policies.

November 09, 2021 - Alexander Kasterine

Counting carbon in the food export business

Alexander Kasterine explores how climate change concerns are changing market requirements for developing country food exporters

July 16, 2020 - Sophia Gnych

COVID-19 and the seed sector: How countries are navigating challenges

OECD’s Seed Schemes are working to protect food systems globally, with important benefits for least developed countries

May 05, 2020 - UNCTAD

Senegal's ecommerce sector helps country cope with COVID-19

Trade ministry fast-tracks measures to ease access to essential goods and services during the pandemic.

March 24, 2020 - Deanna Ramsay

What’s happening with COVID-19 in LDCs?

A compendium of recent news on the global pandemic and what some of the world’s poorest countries are doing

June 07, 2018 - Enhanced Integrated Framework (EIF)

Women & Trade Magazine

In this issue: "Samoa's coconuts go global," "Taking female-led businesses from local to global," and "Women at the helm of Senegal's mango industry"

March 16, 2018 - ICTSD

Talking ecommerce with Alioune Sarr, Senegal’s Trade Minister

The challenges with which African countries are faced in the context of ecommerce – and which hinder its development – are multifaceted

November 26, 2017 - Annette Mutaawe Ssemuwemba

Women at the helm of Senegal’s burgeoning mango industry

Aminata Dominique Diouf was seven years old when her father bought a small farm 15 minutes from the Senegal-Gambia border.