CUTS, GIZ Public Private Dialogue (PPD) on AfCFTA

October 13 to November 23, 2022
CUTS International, Accra with support from GIZ Ghana organized three (3) Public Private Dialogue on the Role and Participation of Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA).
The objective of these dialogues is to engage relevant stakeholders with the findings of the diagnostic report, the current state of play of AfCFTA implementation and seek their inputs and recommendations on how to practically improve the framework conditions for the private sector particularly SMEs to take advantage of the AfCFTA.
The PPD also seeks to improve public and private dialogue relations in improving the discourse on AfCFTA.

Dialogue 1 – Role and Participation of Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the AfCFTA, October 13, 2022

Dialogue 2: Making the AfCFTA Work for Women Traders and Women led MSMEs in Ghana, November 2, 2022

Dialogue 3: Creating SME Competitive Advantage for AfCFTA: The Strategic Role of Trade Finance, November 23, 2022