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.





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23 June 2016African and Asian port managers trained as instructors for ongoing training programme
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15 January 2016Ghana: Port management programme continues to produce results
28 December 2015Port training programme deemed a success in the Philippines
23 October 2015UNCTAD brings together port professionals from around the world to improve competitiveness with 'port performance scorecard'
12 October 2015Port Managers in Côte d'Ivoire complete UNCTAD training
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