ITC’s Trade Strategy Programme has partnered with many international organizations and donor agencies to deliver trade strategies for developing countries. On this page we provide a list of some of our partners.
ITC’s Trade Strategy Programme is always looking for partners interested in supporting our work. If your country, organization or company would like to support the programme to deliver trade strategies for developing countries, please contact us.
You can contribute to through voluntary contributions channelled through Window I-or-Window II-funding. Window I funding consists of un-earmarked and soft-earmarked contributions. It allows more flexibility for ITC in the allocation of funds. Window II funding consists of financial contributions that funders earmark to support specific projects.
In addition, we welcome in-kind contributions that strengthen the programme’s ability to achieve its mission and goals.
African Development Bank
Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa
Economic Community of Central African States
Economic Community of Western African States
Enhanced Integrated Framework
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit
Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO)
UK Department for International Development
United Nations Development Programme
United Nations Industrial Development Organization
Enquiries should be directed to:
Chief, Trade Development Strategies Programme+41 (0)22 730-0588said[at]intracen.org
National Export Strategy - Myanmar
National Export Strategy - Sri Lanka