PDF II held a two-day capacity building training themed: “Capacity Building for Banks and DFIs”. This is designed to explore access to finance challenges, awareness campaigns, and opportunities that non-oil exporters face with banks in accessing finance. The capacity building covered topics such as Export Industry Regulations and Documentations, payment methods and trade finance instruments, Handling export finance options, managing export risks, understanding the franchising potential etc.
This report presents a comparative assessment of the tariffs/costs at ports along the West African coast, providing a series of recommendations designed to increase the efficiency and competitiveness of Nigerian ports.
This event report summarises a dialogue to discuss women’s participation in Nigeria’s economic growth and address challenges to their empowerment.
This report dissects the issues contributing to the Apapa gridlock in order to develop a plan of action to tackle the challenges identified.
Businesses that operate in a particular domain are expected to adhere to some rules and regulations. Here is a training material that covers some of these requirements. This does not take the place of legal advice.
These guidelines for Embedded Advisers provide practical advice on the challenges Embedded Advisers are likely to encounter in the course of their assignments within the public sector.
Aba Industrial City is an aggregation of thousands of MSMEs and mass producers of industrial goods including garment and leather products. If properly harnessed, the mass production capacities of component clusters of AIC and similar models are capable of positioning Nigeria at a competitive advantage in the global garment and leather industrial space. In 2016, the Textile, Apparel, and Footwear sector contributed N2 trillion ($6.6 billion), approximately 2% of Nigeria’s total GDP, to Nigeria’s economy.
This literature review provides a global context for the links between women’s participation in economic activity and economic growth, and recommendations to overcome key challenges to the economic empowerment of women in Nigeria.
This story of change describes how an Embedded Adviser provided by Policy Development Facility Phase II supported Nigeria in issuing sovereign green bonds to help finance environmental projects to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
This report presents information to stakeholders solely in the event of a No-Deal Brexit Highlight areas of change in UK non-tariff trade measures and administrative requirements. It indicates areas of minimal changes and opportunities arising from the UK temporary tariffs schedule.