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    (Banjul, 24 November 2021) – The Government of The Gambia through the Ministry of Trade, Industry Regional Integration and Employment (MOTIE) and the International Trade Centre (ITC) launched the SheTrades Gambia Hub to support women-led businesses with international competitiveness and market access.

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    (2 November, Geneva/Kigali) The International Trade Centre (ITC) has joined forces with Farmer Connect to digitalize the coffee supply chain of women-owned small and medium-sized enterprises in Rwanda.

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    For many years, imports of food produce in the Gambia have dominated the markets, be it for hotels, restaurants or road-side stalls. In 2020, with borders closed and international freight routes shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, imports of many food items came to a halt...

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    On September 2, 2021, the International Trade Centre (ITC) and the PSF Chamber of Women Entrepreneurs, in collaboration with the Rwandan Ministry of Trade and Industry (MINICOM), will launch a SheTrades Hub in Rwanda to bolster the competitiveness and market access of Rwandan women-led businesses...

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    Inspired by discussions at the International Trade Centre’s SheTrades Global event in Liverpool in 2018, Naffie Barry and Beatrice Mboge from the Gambia began brainstorming about creating a dedicated chamber of commerce for women...

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    Awa Conateh had the opportunity to attend fashion shows from a young age. Benefitting from the strong artistic influences of her mother, a seamstress and event organizer, Awa started embellishing her dresses with colourful accessories and eventually started creating her own designs...

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