The West Africa Competitiveness Programme (WACOMP), funded by the European Union, aimed at improving the performance, growth and contribution to industry, regional trade, exports of selected value...

Abuja, 15 June 2020 - The West Africa Competitiveness Programme (WACOMP) takes another step forward with the launch of its official website. This new platform will allow users to keep abreast of...

Mr. Christophe Yvetot | UNIDO Representative for Senegal, Cape Verde, Gambia, Guinea Bissau and Mauritania, reiterated this during a teleconference organized by the Senegalese Association for...

UNIDO’s Department of Digitalization, Technology and Innovation (DTI) announces a special series of ISO/UNIDO webinars on “Countering the Impacts of COVID-19 with International Standards”. The...

Commissioner Mamadou Traoré (see list of speakers below) will participate as a speaker in this webinar, which is part of a series of webinars that UNIDO is organizing as part of its contribution...

As part of its contribution to the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, the West Africa Competitiveness and Quality Infrastructure Project (WACQIP), the regional component of the West Africa...

 

The West Africa Competitiveness and Quality Infrastructure Project (WACQIP) implemented by UNIDO is a regional component of the  the West Africa Competitiveness Program (WACOMP) of the...

Between February 24 and March 5, 2020, WACOMP-Sierra Leone through funding from the European Union and the support of UNIDO partners, trained over a hundred people on quality management system...

UNIDO continued its activities as part of the upcoming launch of the Regional Mark for Compliance with ECOWAS Standards (ECOQMARK). The Project team within WACQIP has already finished...

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