MSME day 2022

27 June 2022
10:00 - 18:00 hrs.
New York and Online
, United States of America

Resilience and rebuilding: MSMEs for sustainable development at the forefront of building back better and stronger from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, climate crisis and conflicts

This MSME Day 2022 hybrid event focuses on how purpose-driven micro-, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) and social entrepreneurship are at the center of contributing to inclusive growth, combating inequalities and building back better and stronger, especially during challenging times. Entrepreneurs' adaptability and resilience have aided in responding to economic shocks, increasing the participation of women, youth and other disadvantaged groups part in the local, national and global economy.

The event will feature MSMEs, including women and youth-led social start-ups, alongside global leaders to highlight progress, gaps and challenges that MSMEs and entrepreneurs continue to encounter, undermining their contributions to the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the SDGs.



  1. Strengthen awareness and capacities of policymakers on challenges and approaches to support MSMEs in the face of disruptions brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, climate crisis and conflicts.
  2. Contribute to global debates on MSMEs as key stakeholders for a sustainable, resilient and inclusive recovery, with a focus on youth, women, migrants, and refugees.
  3. Create space for actions, recommendations, and practical tools to create more targeted policies and measures, including for a sustainable, inclusive and sustainable recovery, economic equity, and opportunities for MSMEs, especially for women and youth-owned MSMEs and sustainable MSMEs.

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Permanent Mission of the Argentine Republic, UNDESA, ICSB, ILO, ITC, UNIDO

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Ms. Coumba Coulibaly
UNCTAD New York Office