Gender Dimensions of Trade Facilitation Agreement: Evidence from Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal

Expected Output

  1. Awareness among women entrepreneurs (existing and potential) in BBIN on possible RVCs and their importance in their socioeconomic development in particular and of entire sub-region in general.
  2. Awareness about TFA and the benefits of gender responsive trade policies to women economic empowerment in BBIN.
  3. More participation of women in trade and trade related activities in BBIN, if gender-responsive TFA would be implemented as per the study’s recommendations.