Aid for Trade at a Glance 2009: Maintaining Momentum by World Trade Organization WTO

Aid for Trade at a Glance 2009: Maintaining Momentum by World Trade Organization WTO
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Aid for Trade at a Glance 2009: Maintaining Momentum

by World Trade Organization WTO

Product Description Numerous barriers prevent developing countries - in particular the least developed - from taking advantage of trade opportunities that could help them reduce poverty. The Aid-for-Trade Initiative has successfully built awareness of the support these countries need to surmount these barriers. As a result, more and more developing countries are raising the profile of trade issues in their development strategies and donors are responding by increasing the resources they provide to build trade capacity in areas such as policy, institutions and infrastructure. This aid-for-trade monitoring report - the second of its kind - documents the success of the initiative to date. It examines trends and developments and presents a comprehensive analysis of donor and partner country engagement. In addition, it addresses the regional dimension of aid for trade and showcases three cross-border infrastructure projects. Finally, the report provides fact sheets that help in assessing the outcomes and impacts of aid for trade. The main conclusions are positive. Nonetheless, the outlook is affected by the current global economic crisis. Aid for trade is now, and more than ever, essential to help suppliers from developing countries build capacity and penetrate global markets. The key message of the report is clear: aid for trade must remain an essential component of development assistance. It offers a number of steps, in this respect, that can advance the aid-for-trade dialog Table of Content :- Foreword- Acknowledgements- Acronyms - Executive Summary - Introduction- The Impact of the Economic Crisis on Aid for Trade - Creating Fertile Ground - Progress in Partner Country Engagement- Charting the Flows - Sustaining Trends- Are Donors on Course? - The Regional Dimension- The Way Forward - Measuring the Impact and Advancing the Dialogue - Bibliography- Aid for Trade at a Glance Fact Sheets- Programme Indicator Sources - Afghanistan- Albania- Angola - Antigua and Barbuda - Armenia- Azerbaijan- Bangladesh - Barbado - Bolivia - Botswana- Burkina Faso- Combodia - Cameroon- Cape Verde- Central Africain Republic - Chile- Colombia - Republic of the Congo- Costa Rica - Djibouti- Dominica- Dominican Republic; - - El Salvador- Fiji- Gabon - Ghana- Grenada - Guatemala- Guinea-Bissau - Guyana - Honduras- Indonesia- Iraq- Jamaica - Jordan- Kenya - Lao - Lesotho- Liberia- Madagascar - Malawi- Maldiv - Mali- Mauritius- Moldova- Montenegro; - Morocco- Myanmar- Nami - Nepal - Nicaragua- Niger - Pakistan- Panama - Paraguay - Peru- Philippines- Rwanda- Saint Kitts and Nevis- Saint Lucia- Saint Vincent and the Grenadines- Samoa - Senegal- Seychelles - Sierra Leone- Sri Lanka - Suriname - Swaziland - Tanzania - Togo- Tonga- Trinidad and Tobago - Turkey- Uganda- Ukraine - Uruguay- Vanuatu- Viet Nam - Yemen- Zambia - Methodological