is a grant given by the EU to developing economies to improve their capability to participate in international trade.
The aim of the TRTA
Programme was to strengthen the capacity of Pakistan to participate in international trade.
Muhammad Alamgir Chaudhry gave a presentation on SMEDA sector studies, which was followed by overviews on Vision 2025 and TRTA
ITC Program Officer Owais Khan informed that that the EU has funded TRTA
II initiative with an objective to help Pakistan build necessary capacity to address traderelated issues.
While speaking at the occasion, the representative of ITC/EU TRTA
II programme Mr.
Chief Technical Advisor at the UNIDO's TRTA
II Programme Bruno Valanzuolo said the UNIDO manages the overall programme implementation of TRTA
-II while World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) is the associated implementing partner for Component 3 of the TRTA
II programme concerned with intellectual property rights in Pakistan.
Programme was catalytic in addressing the challenges of trade capacity building, supply-side development and market access.
Increasing ownership over the objectives of TRTA
is becoming a major trend in recipient countries.
organized a workshop, with help from the Toms River Transportation Department and the Dover Township Police, that addressed ways school bus drivers should handle violent or life-threatening situations.
Jessen said the Duterte administration was offended by the phrases 'rule of law' and 'human rights' found on the TRTA
will (i) enhance capacity of 300 Parha Development Committees (PDCs) on managing and sustaining community assets/infrastructure; (ii) train 900 PDC leaders on leadership, organizational and financial management, and 500 PDC members on participatory planning, and monitoring towards strengthened governance and rural development; (iii) create a pool of skilled technicians from the unemployed youths to do the repair and maintenance of irrigation equipment and tube-wells; and (iv) strengthen linkages of PDCs with Union Parishads.
Bruno Valanzuolo Chief Technical Adviser of UNIDO TRTA
II programme, jawad said this year the situation will be more competitive, as EU allowed Indian mango after visited their facilities.