This webinar was part of the Aid-For-Trade Global Review 2022 – Empowering Connected, Sustainable Trade.
The session illustrated how climate-friendly modes of production and more resilient linkages to sustainable markets can effectively contribute to a greener aid for trade. Moreover, it also highlighted the opportunities that greening aid for trade can offer for small businesses in developing countries and the new solutions being developed by concerned countries and communities in Africa.
Moderated by Mr. Lawrence Attipoe, National Coordinator, Alliances for Action Programmes at International Trade Centre.
Ms. Cécile Billaux, Head of Unit for Micro-economic Analysis, Investment Climate, Private Sector, Trade & Employment, International Partnerships, European Commission
Ms. Vanessa Erogbogbo, Chief of Green and Inclusive Value Chains section, International Trade Centre
Mr. Nelson Adubofour, Executive Secretary, Kuapa Kokoo Cooperative Cocoa Farmers & Marketing Union Limited (KKFU), Ghana
Mr. Christophe Rugira, Founder, Tropic Coffee, Rwanda