The main objective is to strengthen the trade policy of the Government of Azerbaijan and to provide support in its ongoing World Trade Organisation accession negotiations.
• To support the Government of Azerbaijan in the improvement of the trade related legislation and its compliance with WTO rules and the best international practices;
• To assist the Government of Azerbaijan in operating the Trade Remedies Unit, namely to assist a specific department of the State Service for Antimonopoly Policy and Consumer Rights Protection (SSAPCRP) which assumed the responsibilities on trade remedies;
• To provide assistance to the negotiating team of the Republic of Azerbaijan in their WTO accession negotiations on both multilateral and bilateral levels, including all stages of preparatory work and coordination with line ministries;
• To strengthen the institutional capacity of the Trade Policy and WTO Department of the Ministry of Economy, in particular in preparation for the WTO accession negotiations;
• To raise the public awareness of WTO and trade related issues
The overall objective of this Twinning project was to strengthen the State Veterinary Control Service (SVCS) of Azerbaijan in order to better protect animal and human health and so contribute to the economic growth of the agricultural sector and improvement of the food safety situation in Azerbaijan. The Twinning Project purpose was to strengthen the capacity of the State Veterinary Control Service in respect of epidemiology, disease surveillance, prevention and control of animal diseases and zoonoses in line with the International Organization for Animal Health (OIE) principles
The overall objective is to increase access to inclusive vocational programs to the children and youth with disabilities tailored to their developmental requirements and needs.
The specific objective is to design and introduce an inclusive traditional arts vocational program for children and youth with disabilities in Baku city
The overall objective of the action is to create an environment in which there will be an increased access to quality education for children with disabilities in regular schools across the country, while simultaneously addressing public misperceptions and attitudes that create barriers to inclusion of children with disabilities in society.