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LDC5 side event: Building productive capacities and impact investing in LDCs: The case of nutraceuticals


LDC5 side event: Building productive capacities and impact investing in LDCs: The case of nutraceuticals
05 marzo 2023
12:15 - 13:45 hrs. Room 102, Qatar National Convention Centre
Doha
, Qatar

The side event will contribute to the implementation of the Doha Programme of Action (DPoA) by showcasing the importance of building productive capacities.

Building resilient productive capacities are essential for developing economies like the least developed countries (LDCs) to achieve sustainable development.

In this context, the event will outline the role of productive capacities and impact investing in the LDCs' development processes. 

Productive capacities are recognized in the DPoA under key focus area III – Structural transformation – as a driver of prosperity and economic and export diversification.

The event will include a presentation of and a discussion on the outcomes of a joint project of the Common Fund for Commodities (CFC) and UNCTAD concerning practical opportunities for developing economies, including LDCs, to export high-value indigenous commodities and domestic products to international consumer markets.

It will also explore how impact investing can present opportunities to harness local potential.

The event will discuss specific, practical examples of sectors of interests that could be developed in LDCs.

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Co-organizadore(s):
Common Fund for Commodities (CFC) and UNCTAD
Sponsor / funding:
Common Fund for Commodities (CFC)

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Least developed countries Least developed countries

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Contact

Mr. Andrey Kuleshov
Chief of Strategy and Development
CFC
Andrey.kuleshov@common-fund.org
+31 65 4240485

Mr. Mussie Delelegn
Acting Head, Productive Capacities and Sustainable Development Branch
UNCTAD
Mussie.Delelegn@unctad.org