In Malawi, bolstering youth and women’s employment through sectoral skills strategiesGlobal Review 2019
Skills strategies can provide a bridging mechanism to enable disadvantaged groups such as youth and women to gain from international trade.
Speaking from the heart: Empowering women to share business ideasWomen and trade
EIF has been working with hundreds of entrepreneurs for the past few years, to help them build and implement strategies for brand promotion, participate in regional and international trade fairs, improve in processing capabilities and value addition as well as provide support to cooperatives
Christina Chatima: On using trade as an engine for growthAgriculture
Increasing agricultural proceeds, processing and marketing are critical in Malawi’s development plans
Strengthening inclusive agribusiness for export growthAgriculture
Inclusive and sustainable agribusiness value chains can provide one of the highest returns on investment in terms of growth, poverty reduction, pro-poor employment, and women's economic empowerment in LDCs.
Dragons' Den: Bright ideas for inclusive trade development in LDCsWomen and trade
Representatives from LDCs had the unique opportunity to pitch new investment opportunities that support inclusive trade to the experts, and received immediate feedback
Talking trade strategies for small businesses, women, and youthWomen and trade
This session gathered ministers from LDCs and global leaders to discuss implementation of trade strategies and national-level plans in light of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Betty Chinyamunyamu: Finding potential in Malawi’s farmers – and forging new marketsAgriculture
In a country with a majority of the population cultivating small plots of land, empowering smallholder farmers is the key to economic success