Women and Trade
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)
Princess of Burkina Faso Abze Djigma: On the need to support small businesses in LDCs, and good financeWomen and Trade
We need to be in the driver's seat of economic growth because it's important for us and for the next generation, and is the right pathway to trade with other countries. It's my duty to start doing some of the homework to facilitate trade
OECD event parses unleashing the potential of women and youthWomen and Trade
On 5 April the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) opened its doors to welcome over 500 participants, including government officials, private sector, civil society and academia, to brainstorm on what needs to be done to empower 4.6 billion women and youth worldwide.
In Vanuatu, ‘market mamas’ are taking care of businessWomen and Trade
Women entrepreneurs are helping to restore island nation’s economy after the ravages of Cyclone Pam
Wanjira Mathai on women's renewable energy entrepreneurship in LDCsWomen and Trade
EIF Coordinators Hang Tran and Simon Hess interview Wanjira Mathai of wPOWER partnership on women's entrepeneurship in renewables
Taking female-led businesses from local to globalWomen and Trade
International Women's Day discussion highlights the need for entrepreneurship and markets, and what comes next The flashing images show women from across the world at work – in fields and offices, on boats and streets, at home and abroad.
Women at the helm of Senegal’s burgeoning mango industryWomen and Trade
Aminata Dominique Diouf was seven years old when her father bought a small farm 15 minutes from the Senegal-Gambia border.