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Upgrading the Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Value Chains- Access to Export Markets

The Project Document “Upgrading theValue Chain of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants- Access to Export Markets” hasbeen signed by the Egyptian Ministry of Trade and Industry, the Swiss StateSecretariat for Economic Affairs and the United Nations Industrial DevelopmentOrganization. The project aims to upgrade the medicinal and aromatic plantsector and its manufactured products in order to increase competiveness ofEgyptian exports on international markets, increasing income and creating jobopportunities at every step of the supply chain and falling in line with the frameworkof the Government of Egypt to develop those industrial sectors bearing greatereconomic potential.

The objectives of the project are:Improving productivity, quality and compliance to TBT/SPS requirementsthroughout the supply chain; strengthening SME capacities in productdevelopment and value addition for export growth and diversification; andenhancing position in export markets through coordinated efforts on enforcingcompliance criteria, branding and pricing strategies. The project also foreseesthe establishment and the technical support of service centers, assuring theirsustainability, in proximity of production conglomerates in four governoratesof Upper Egypt, namely Minya, Beni Sueif, Fayoum and Assyout.  The project will be funded by the Swiss StateSecretariat for Economic Affairs, with a budget of USD 2.87million in additionto in kind contributions of the Government of Egypt.

Theproject is currently in an inception phase. 

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