Goal 01: No PovertyDisplaying results 1 - 10 of 26
Poverty, debt and climate risks: UNCTAD deputy urges stronger support for middle-income countries
8 Feb 2024
These nations, home to about 62% of the world’s poor, grapple with critical challenges and lack necessary support, particularly in access to finance.
Remittances: Boosting the impact on poverty reduction through consumer protection
29 Nov 2023
UNCTAD recommends five key consumer protection measures to maximize the poverty-reducing power of the money migrants send home.
Cotton: Why it matters for a more sustainable future
5 Oct 2023
A fair, multilateral cotton trading system is vital to realizing the full economic, social and environmental benefits the crop can offer – for inclusive development.
UNCTAD counts the costs of achieving sustainable development goals
18 Sep 2023
New analysis fills data gaps, helping countries know how much they need to spend – and how best to allocate financial resources.
How to make small businesses in developing countries more competitive
27 Jun 2023
On Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Day marked on 27 June, UNCTAD renews calls for a level playing field to help tackle the challenges facing women and youth entrepreneurs in emerging markets.
Unlocking the potential of Haiti’s fisheries and aquaculture sectors
31 May 2023
With support from UNCTAD and partners, the Caribbean nation has revved up efforts to leverage its rich aquatic resources to promote sustainable value chains and trade.
Multiple crises unleash one of the lowest global economic outputs in recent decades, says UN report
25 Jan 2023
Stronger fiscal measures are needed to resuscitate the global economy and support the development agenda.
Tapping the full potential of cotton in developing countries
7 Oct 2022
Cotton is a fibre like no other, helping alleviate poverty in some least developed countries and providing employment to millions of people across the globe.
Building socio-economic resilience in Nigeria by fostering productive capacities
14 Sep 2022
By Paul Akiwumi and Chukwuka Onyekwena