Geographical Indications (GIs)Displaying results 1 - 9 of 9
Benin cassava flour makers seek Geographical Indication
8 Dec 2017
Two dozen Beninese women making a unique type of garri flour sign up to a new code of practice to better market their product and boost incomes.
From Bhutan's red rice to goat meat from Mozambique, unique products can boost exports from the poorest countries
9 Dec 2016
Natural, heritage products, if protected and marketed well, could become a bigger source of revenue for many Least Developed Countries. Many of these countries are dangerously dependent on commodity exports and must diversify their economies.
Premium Cambodian pepper shows how poor countries can successfully trade rural products
26 Oct 2015
Farmers from Kampot, Cambodia went to Italy to talk about how UNCTAD helped them spice up their business and make kampot pepper a success.
Branding strategies using Geographical Indications can help farmers in the poorest countries
28 Sep 2015
Rural communities could gain significantly from the introduction of Geographical Indications for branding their products, representatives of UNCTAD said at the Second International Conference on Agriculture in an Urbanizing Society held in Rome from 14–17 September.
Buy Local, Act Global: UNCTAD shares experiences in promoting rural products in least developed countries at the Ninth World Chamber Congress
30 Jun 2015
Sharing experience of promoting rural products from least developed countries by highlighting their unique geographical origins, representatives of UNCTAD participated in a "Buy Local, Act Global" event at the Ninth World Chamber Congress organized by the International Chamber of Commerce on 10-12 June 2015 in Turin, Italy.
Myanmar's unique products to benefit from 'geographical indication' promotion and protection, UNCTAD workshop in Yangon told
27 Apr 2015
Least developed countries such as Myanmar can add value to unique products by establishing legal and commercial frameworks indicating their geographical origin.
Reducing poverty by promoting traditional food products from Least Developed Countries through geographical indications
31 Dec 2014
The workshop organized by UNCTAD on 16 December in Palais des Nations reported important lessons learned and established a dialogue with representatives of rural communities in Least Developed Countries and the Geneva community.
Rural Communities and Government Officials share experiences on Geographical Indications
29 Dec 2014
The workshop "Making Geographical Indications work for Rural Communities in selected Asian Countries: Identify Products and Drafting of Disciplinary for Geographical Indication Registration" organized by UNCTAD took place in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, on 11-12 December 2014.
UNCTAD and Slow Food hold workshop on promoting traditional food products from least developing countries
7 Nov 2014
Participants consider how laws on geographical indications and branding initiatives can assist rural communities in LDCs to promote their products and enter value chains, while preserving territorial integrity and biodiversity.