Strengthening knowledge and skills through innovative approaches for inclusive sustainable economic development.
The TrainForTrade programme focuses on developing skills, knowledge and capacities through innovative development approaches based on a recognised pedagogical method and state-of-the-art technological solutions.
- Build sustainable networks of knowledge to enhance national ownership, South-South and triangular cooperation.
- Encourage development-oriented trade policy to reduce poverty and to promote transparency and good practices.
- Promote digital solutions and innovative thinking to enhance capacities of international trade players.
UNCTAD supports small island nations to harness digital ID for inclusion
In an increasingly digitalized world, digital identities can foster economic and social empowerment in many far-flung places across the globe.
Promoting sustainable ports in Peru
UNCTAD training inspires a nationwide project across key Peruvian ports, boosting progress towards sustainability, gender equality and economic development.
Project by UNCTAD port programme graduate saves fresh water in Malaysia
A rainwater harvesting system proposed by Rabiah Nadir is helping Johor Port save fresh water, minimize chances of flooding and contribute to global goals.
Events and Meetings
Launch of the 4th cycle of the TrainForTrade Modern Port Management course in Bolivia
Santa Cruz, Bolivia (Plurinational State of)
TrainForTrade Modern Port Management course in Cameroon: Jury of Cycle 14 and launch of Cycle 15
UNCTAD Port Management Series - Volume 9
Case studies on port management
UNCTAD/DTL/KDB/2021/1 - 01 Mar 2022
Harnessing fishery resources for socioeconomic development: Lessons for Angola and Haiti
UNCTAD/ALDC/INF/2021/5 - 11 Jan 2022
Manual for trade negotiations on agriculture
UNCTAD/DITC/TNCD/MISC/2020/1 - 30 Oct 2020
Digital Identity for Trade and Development: TrainForTrade case studies in South-East Asia
Strengthening knowledge and skills through innovative approaches for sustainable economic development
UNCTAD/DTL/KDB/2020/1 - 19 Oct 2020