Knowledge Development

The Knowledge Development Branch aims to enhance knowledge and capacities in developing countries in the areas of trade, development and interrelated issues ,including through policy design.

It covers two programmes:

Customized for policymakers, trade practitioners and training institutions, these programmes take a cross-divisional approach in their curricula development and delivery. 

The content, delivery and impact have expanded over time thanks largely to the commitment and support of donor countries, partners on the one hand and the in-house collaboration from various Divisions on the other. 

The qualities of both programmes have wide recognition amongst beneficiaries. 

The integration of innovative methods and tools in the programmes are essential features that provide sustainable support at the local level.





23 May 2013Three Angolan provinces host training workshops on sustainable tourism
16 May 2013Fifty-nine participants in Angola complete course on productive capacities and poverty reduction
07 May 2013UNCTAD certifies nineteen port managers in Ghana
28 April 2013Irish Minister of State assesses Port Training Programme in United Republic of Tanzania
04 April 2013UNCTAD certifies 15 port managers in Indonesia
Page 6 of 9, items 26 to 30 of 44


 Port Management Series



 Studies and Reports

| Español

Tab Control


Please wait....