Bride in a white dress

A win-win for Jordan and Syrians alike

Jordan fashion company employs Syrian refugees with unique handicraft skills.
Two girls in a discussion

From Dordoi to global markets

Entrepreneur Irina Khegay from Kyrgyzstan started small with her fashion company at wholesale market Dordoi in Bishkek. Despite the challenges of setting up a company while juggling family and business, she is proud to now reach an international audience with her children’s clothing line, thanks to ITC support and training.
Hands and feet in focus

Nepalese Chyangra farmers trained to add value to pashmina fibres

One hundred and fifty farmers from the Mustang district, one of the remotest areas in Nepal, have received training on pashmina fibre combing and harvesting to add higher value to their products and thus, comply better with global market requirements.
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Sustainability Day in Cairo highlights progress in the garment sector

Companies in Egypt have progressed in complying with green and social requirements in the garment sector.
Group of farmers

Steering Zambia’s cotton from survival to success

The International Cotton Advisory Committee and ITC are working together to double the yields of at least 50,000 smallholder cotton farmers in Zambia by January 2024, which will ultimately affect 300,000+ cotton growers.
Women at a sewing tables

Partnership with International Apparel Federation to boost exports of garment manufacturers

The International Trade Centre (ITC) and the International Apparel Federation (IAF) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to support associations of garment manufacturers as well as garment apparel manufacturing companies in addressing emerging challenges related to competitiveness.