USAID Southern Africa Trade and Investment Hub: Final Report
During 2022 the USAID TradeHub continued to work with its partners to boost trade and
investment and to improve the general trade environment in the nine Southern African countries where it operates: Angola, Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, and Zambia.
The USAID TradeHub also intensified the transfer of knowledge and resources to local partner organizations, equipping market actors to carry forward trade-promotion activities beyond the end of the USAID TradeHub project.
Aiming to finish on a strong note, the USAID TradeHub redoubled efforts to close deals, pivoting from mostly virtual events to a mix of more hybrid events as COVID-19 restrictions eased, and ramped-up its promotion of online trading platforms.
The report provides an overview of the USAID TradeHub approach to its three main objectives, high-level impacts achieved through FY2022, and lessons learned.
Please see the link to the full report below.