The Trade and Investment Advocacy Fund (TAF2+), funded by the Department for International Development (DFID), offers support to the poorest developing countries to help them engage in vital trade negotiations.
TRADE ADVOCACY FUND
The Trade Advocacy Fund (TAF) was implemented from 2011-2016 and helped developing countries prepare for key trade talks. For further information, please visit http://www.tradeadvocacyfund.com/
APPLYING FOR FUNDING
If you are interested in applying for funding, there are details on what funding is available and how to apply. We outline the different support that TAF2+ can provide and who is eligible to apply.
TAF2+ sponsored a retreat for developing countries from 14-15 December in Evian, France to review and discuss ongoing work on e-commerce in the WTO. The workshop brought together around 30 delegates and resource persons, as [...]
TAF2+ hosted a workshop on 6th December in Geneva, Switzerland on integrating gender and social issues into trade negotiations and agreements. The workshop brought together 27 negotiators, policymakers, NGO representatives, and participants from international organisations [...]
In 2017, following the launch of a new National Trade Policy for Kenya, the Ministry of Trade and Industry launched a multi-agency National Trade Negotiations Council to identify trade policy gaps and give guidance on [...]
A dozen senior investment negotiators from nine developing countries engaged in an in-depth discussion on the challenges their governments are facing in negotiating and renegotiating investment treaties the morning of October 23, 2018, in Geneva, Switzerland, [...]