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+ launches an Advisory Mission to support Ghana’s engagement in the second phase of AfCFTA negotiations
A senior technical adviser from the Overseas Development Institute conducted an initial mission to Accra last week on behalf of the TAF2+ to meet with colleagues at the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MOTI). The [...]
TAF2+ is pleased to announce the launch of a 2-Year pilot programme on Gender, Social Inclusion and Trade. The grant aims to develop concrete tools for trade policymakers to integrate gender and social inclusion issues [...]
A large-scale TAF2+ grant has been initiated to the LDC Group at the WTO, comprising a programme of technical assistance, capacity building, and logistical support to strengthen the Group’s engagement in priority WTO negotiations. Following [...]
TAF2+ organised an informal roundtable in the morning of 8 March 2019 in Room S2 of the WTO in Geneva, together with Ambassador José Luis Cancela of Uruguay, to deepen a dialogue on proposed TAF2+ [...]