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UNIDO Accelerates Digital Transformation in Armenia

Yerevan, Armenia – The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) has concluded a strategic mission aimed at expediting the discussion, negotiation, and realization of pivotal projects in digital technologies with key stakeholders in Armenia: Together with UN ECE and USAID, UNIDO facilitated the “Innovate Armenia 2024” workshop – with and

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AI’s transformative role in small business trade

For a deeper dive into how UNIDO is spearheading transformative initiatives in the realm of Artificial Intelligence for small businesses, check out the full article on the International Trade Centre (ITC) website. Explore UNIDO’s visionary approach, discover the challenges and opportunities presented by AI in global trade, and learn about

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Digitalization Assessments for SMEs in Tanzania

In August 2023, UNIDO jointly worked with a local tech firm to conduct a series of enterprise-level assessments of the digital utilization opportunities and recommendations for small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Tanzania. This is a part of the UNIDO project “Promoting public health and social resilience by strengthening the

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UNIDO report sheds light on the importance of digitalization of SMEs to achieve Sustainable Development Goals

UNIDO report sheds light on the importance of digitalization of SMEs to achieve Sustainable Development Goals In today’s rapidly evolving global landscape, the digital transformation driven by emerging technologies have brought forth unprecedented opportunities and challenges for economies around the world. UNIDO releases its latest collaborative publication, “Empowering Digital Transformation in Small

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UNIDO report: Gender, Digital Transformation and Artificial Intelligence

Read the report here  UNIDO’s publication titled “Gender, Digital Transformation, and Artificial Intelligence” addresses the issue of closing gender gaps that extend far beyond the realm of human rights. On the economic front, closing gender gaps can yield benefits by expanding markets, enabling access to a broader talent pool, and

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Digitalizing Business Process in the African healthcare product sector

UNIDO and Anowah Afrique Limited, a Ghana-based garment manufacturer, implemented digitalization of business and production management in Anowah’s main factory in Greater Accra in Ghana. It is a part of UNIDO’s commitment to digitalizing the African manufacturing industry. The implementation of an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system covers supply chain

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Paving way for digital transformation in Cuba via agro-industrial development

UNIDO’s Industrial Upgrading and Modernization Programme in Cuba has successfully completed its agro-chemical sector upgrading component, playing a vital role in fostering inclusive and sustainable industrial development in the country. It has also laid the groundwork for a digitalization-driven intervention. Through the integration of strategic planning, technological advancements, and capacity

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