- GRAD to offer a Professional Diploma in Economics of Regional Trade that meets academic and professional international standards;
- Increased capacity of civil society organizations and individual firms (especially women-led businesses) to engage with government institutions on sustainable trade, infrastructure, and investment issues;
- Increased capacity of civil society organizations, and individual firms (especially women-led businesses), to support their constituencies in areas such as business growth, women’s economic empowerment, market access, access to finance, and responsible business conduct.
Problem being addressed by CTIF
Policy issues being addressed by CTIF
- Afghanistan’s National Export Strategy
- Regional Trade Policy
This project will increase the capacity of women-led businesses to benefit from trade through an improved business environment providing them with market access and access to finance resulting in their economic empowerment.