Joanna Kazana-Wisniowiecki assumes office of the UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative in Belarus
The publication features a practical course focused on franchising and will be interesting for broad audience ranging from those who hesitate to start their own business because they lack experience, knowledge and support to those who already succeeded in their business start-ups and look for further growth and development. successful business projects looking for the possibility of rapid and effective growth.
The language of the book is Russian.
Article. Raising qualifications of the national experts on WTO as the basis for subsequent effective country’s membership in the organization
UNDP helped to establish a pool of WTO experts with educational and scientific backgrounds to develop a local expertise for Belarus' WTO accession period. The experts gained profound knowledge on the WTO norms and rules, as well as corresponding national mechanisms of state regulation.
UNDP has been working in Belarus since 1992, most recently under its Country Programme Document (CPD) 2016-2020. The current CPD focuses on three priority areas in line with the national development priorities:
- Stronger systems of inclusive and responsive governance;
- Greener growth incorporating productive capacities that target employment and create livelihoods for vulnerable groups;
- Better access to basic services for vulnerable groups.
UNDP in Belarus learns from and builds on past experiences and achievements to remain a flagship development agency in the country.
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