As a part of UNDP's rapid and integrated response, our COVID-19 Response and Resilience Project funded by the Government of Japan is progressing at full speed.
Tailor-made trainings for SMEs were speeded up
The trainings aiming to support 1,000 SMEs in the fragile sectors of tourism, logistics, food, automotive, textile and machinery in terms of crisis resilience and business continuity started. The participant SMEs were provided with engaging and fulfilling learning experience, particularly on 2030 global trends in each sector.
Fragile sector reports begin to take their final shape
Draft reports for the fragile sectors analyses, new market analyses and product space analyses were completed for tourism, logistics, food, automotive, textile and machinery sectors. When the reports are finalized, they will be a guidance for enhancing the resilience and adaptive capacity of the sectors in all regions.
Markable progress on capacity development trainings for development agencies
The aim of the capacity development trainings for Development Agencies is to address risk mitigation and post-disaster recovery policies and processes. In this context, the fourth module of the capacity building trainings on crisis management and resilience was finalized. A technical coordination meeting was also held with the participation of Mr. Barış Yeniçeri, Director-General of the Development Agencies and Mr. Ahmet Şimşek, Head of Development Agencies' Coordination Department to review the progress in trainings and further formulate a roadmap. The following phases of the trainings will focus on developing concrete emergency action, business continuity and economic recovery plans concerning various crisis scenarios.