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capacity development

A country’s performance in investments and trade are bedrocks for any economic transformation success. Persistent reports of investments undervaluation and under-invoicing underscore the need for developing  countries to

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China-Africa Friendly NGO Exchange program

From 17th to 29th of May 2015,  EARCDFwill participate in China-Africa Friendly NGO Exchange program from Morocco, Egypt, Sudan, Kenya, Tanzania and South Africa. 

The programme will be hosted and organized by Chinese People’s Association for Peace and Disarmament CPAPD in Beijing from 17th to 29th May 2015.This programme is designed in the backdrop of “ One belt, One Road” initiative.

The CPAPD aims to work with patners of the leading six maritime states in Africa, trying to explore two key themes structured to identify space for conducting NGOs cooperation:

1.     How the civil society could contribute to create a sound and harmonious environment for the future “One road” cooperation at the national level?

2.     How the civil society can help to develop more harmony and prevent possible conflicts in local community in the event of large-scale engineering projects?

Vi national Workshop

 EARCDF will participate in the upcoming  Vi national Workshop on economic impact of NTMs to be held Dar es Salaam, from 1-4 June 2015.  The objective of the workshop is to provide participants with the empirical tools needed to assess the impact of non-tariff measures (NTMs) on trade, and thus enable them to contribute to the design of trade-supporting policies in their countries. As a hands-on technical workshop, its pedagogical approach emphasizes data manipulation and the use of econometric tools. 

The workshop targets Tanzanian researchers from universities, research centres, governmental and civil society organizations involved in research of non-tariff measures and the evaluation of their economic impact.




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