Aid for Trade

Wider Europe: Aid for Trade for Central Asia,South Caucasus and Western CIS

Slovakia, Europe   Show map +

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Identifiers

IATI Activity ID None
RSR ID 305

Activity dates and status

Status Complete
Planned Start Date Oct. 26, 2011
Planned End Date Feb. 28, 2014
Actual Start Date
Actual End Date

Descriptions

Project Plan Armenia: -Trainings/seminars on trade capacity building for farmers, entrepreneurs and govt officers -Strengthening the TMIC -Enhancing capacities of local SMEs in implementation of innovative export-oriented projects Georgia: -Batumi Business Incubator -Development of professional skilled labour -Agricultural trade promotion -Tourism sector development -Market information and consultation center Kazakhstan: -Trade capacity development of local govt officers and SME supporting center -Small grants for inclusive projects -Development of domestic trade models Kyrgyzstan: -Trainings/seminars on trade capacity building for farmers, entrepreneurs and govt officers -Support to the BMIC to provide market/business information -Supporting the selected farmers associations to enhance their trade capacity Moldova: -Capacity development for fruit producers and exporters -Promotion of new technology for growing fruits -Establishing contacts with EU and organizing a regional AG fair Tajikistan: -Institutional trade capacity building and mentoring programme (TEPC) -Enhancing participation of the stakeholders in formulation of the Trade Development Strategy -Trainings/seminars on trade capacity building for farmers, entrepreneurs and govt officers Ukraine: -Technical support to the govt officers to development trade strategy and to enhance trade capacity -Technical assistance for export through trainings of SMEs and regional authorities Uzbekistan: -Strengthening the productive capacities of communities to process and deliver market oriented products meeting quality standards -Strengthening capacities of regional and local authorities and business support institutions in trade related issues Target groups: - SMEs - farmers - local and national government structures - business associations - civil society
Goals Overview The overall goal of the project is to support inclusive growth in the region through the promotion of trade and the enhancement of each country’s competitiveness to support these countries’ efforts to reduce poverty and improve peoples’ lives.
Target Group
Summary of Project Plan The Wider Europe: Aid for Trade for Central Asia, South Caucasus and Western CIS project currently supports countries in the region to improve human development through trade and private sector development. The project works both regionally and individually with eleven countries–Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus,Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.
Background The project is implemented in 11 countries in varied economic and social contexts. The interventions carefully consider these contexts and have been adapted to the specific needs of the clients to ensure a maximum impact of the interventions.
Situation at start of project Completed and fully achieved all results Results under phase II • 9 countries; • 33 166 direct clients of which 38% were female; • 12 708 people were trained, of which 44% were female; o Capacity development that works: in Kyrgyzstan, of the 500 people that were trained, 60% increased income on average by 11.8%. In Tajikistan, participating businesses increased exports by 10%; • 72 000 people used one of our information systems, and over 2 700 sales were made over the online markets. During one visit to a trade fair, 18 contracts were concluded for over 3000 tons of agricultural produce; • 1 674 new jobs were created/new employment, on average 56% of the jobs created were filled by women. In addition to this, 1818 individuals improved their income;
Sustainability Sustainability considerations are mainstreamed throughout all activities.

Locations

Latitude Longitude Country Reference Description City State Address 1 Address 2 Postal code Reach Exactness Class Designation
48.144422 17.117433 Slovakia Bratislava

Sectors

Sector Code Percentage Vocabulary
15110 - Economic And Development Policy/Planning 15110 1 - OECD DAC CRS Purpose Codes (5 digit)
250 - Business And Other Services 250 2 - OECD DAC CRS Purpose Codes (3 digit)

Project currency

Currency USD

Product Budget Items

Label Type Value Currency Start Date End Date Value Date Original/ Revised
Other 6551961.00

Activity links

Link Wider Europe: Aid for Trade for Central Asia

Results

Result Type Aggregation Status Description
Increased economic development along trade corridors
Increased use of trade opportunities through technical assis
Better understanding of informalities & enhanced capacities
Enhanced opportunities for SMEs and micro-businesses
Economic development

Indicators

Indicator Measure Ascending Baseline Period Start Period End Target Value Actual Value
producer organisations reached 20
producers/entrepreneurs trained 2160
users 2160

Reporting Organisation

Name UNDP(2)
IATI ID XM-DAC-41114
Type Multilateral
Secondary Reporter? No

Participating Organisations

Name Adjara Government
IATI ID
Type Government
Role Funding partner
RSR ID 435
RSR Funding Amount 53400.00
Name UNDP(2)
IATI ID XM-DAC-41114
Type Multilateral
Role Funding partner, Accountable partner, Implementing partner, Reporting organisation
RSR ID 428
RSR Funding Amount 137700.00
Name Government of Luxembourg
IATI ID
Type Government
Role Funding partner
RSR ID 1045
RSR Funding Amount 170380.00
Name Government of Finland
IATI ID
Type Government
Role Funding partner
RSR ID 430
RSR Funding Amount 6190481.00
Name ITFC
IATI ID
Type Government
Role Funding partner
RSR ID 431

Roles

  • Funding partner

Roles

  • Funding partner

Roles

  • Funding partner

Roles

  • Funding partner

Roles

  • Funding partner,
  • Accountable partner,
  • Implementing partner,
  • Reporting organisation

Project budget:

Other:
$6,551,961
Total:
$6,551,961

Current funders:

Government of Finland
Government of Finland
$6,190,481
ITFC
ITFC
UNDP(2)
UNDP(2)
$137,700
Adjara Government
Adjara Government
$53,400
Government of Luxembourg
Government of Luxembourg
$170,380
Total:
$6,551,961

Donations:

No donations

Project funding:

Current funders:
$6,551,961
Donations:
$0

Total funded:
$6,551,961
Project budget:
$6,551,961
Funds needed:
$0

Project transactions:

No transactions for this project