|Diagnostic Trade Integration Study (DTIS)||2001|
Mauritania was one of the three pilot countries selected in 2001 for the implementation of the Integrated Framework (IF) pilot projects. In this context, a Diagnostic Trade Integration Study (DTIS) was conducted and validated in November 2001. The recommendations of the DTIS were included in Mauritania's 2003 Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper.
Subsequently, four Window II projects were implemented under the IF, which included: Support to the Chamber of Commerce; Export promotion; Support to handicraft exports; Project to increase ownership of trade strategy.
These projects under the IF Trust Fund supported the establishment of fishing cooperatives and organized training in the areas of marketing, export promotion and use of market information. A pilot unit for processing fish was operational at the end of the project and became a source of employment for artisanal fishermen. This initiative ensured the dissemination of processing best practices for fish exports.
In May 2007, Mauritania prepared its trade strategy for 2007‐2015 with the support of UNDP.
Window II Project Brief (French)English
Mauritania Matrice d'Action / Action Matrix 2001English French
Mauritania EDIC / DTIS Volume 2 Chapitre 6: Agriculture 2001English
Mauritania EDIC / DTIS Volume 2 Chapitre 5: Tourisme 2001English
Mauritania EDIC / DTIS Volume 2 Chapitre 4: Compétitivité 2001English
Mauritania EDIC / DTIS Volume 2 Chapitre 3: Pêche 2001English
Mauritania EDIC / DTIS Volume 2 Chapitre 2: Douanes 2001English
Mauritania EDIC / DTIS Volume 2 Chapitre 1: Institutions 2001English
Mauritania Diagnostic Trade Integration Study (DTIS) 2001: "A Poverty Focused Trade Strategy"English
Mauritania Étude diagnostique sur l'intégration du commerce (EDIC) / DTIS 2001English
Mauritania Annual Progress Report 2013English
Mauritania DTISU 2016
Directeur Commerce Extérieur Ministère du Commerce Nouakchott
Directeur Etudes et Coopération Ministère du Commerce Nouakchott
Mohamed Limam Malick
Donor Facilitator, Delegation of the European Union to Mauritania