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Handbook on the LDC category

The Handbook on the Least Developed Country Category is prepared by the Committee for Development Policy (CDP) to provide comprehensive information on the least...
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Gradjet and FAQ on LDC graduation

The Gradjet portal helps government officials in least developed countries (LDCs) understand what it means to leave the LDC category and to plot a course for...

Project on new assistance measures for Asian LDCs approaching graduation

At least twelve least developed countries (LDCs) are approaching graduation from the LDC category. Many of these potential graduates are concerned about losing access...

Committee for Development Policy: review of the LDC criteria and more

The Committee for Development Policy (CDP) met in New York on February 24-27.  It approved revised LDC criteria and discussed productive capacity as a framework...

Finding new support for Timor-Leste’s graduation from LDC status

10 February 2020. In 2021, the Committee for Development Policy (CDP) will review Timor-Leste's development progress during its Triennial Review of the LDC category,...

The OECD’s Transition Finance Toolkit

As LDCs approach graduation from the LDC category, they are often facing other simultaneous transitions related to development milestones such as reaching a certain...

New on the EIF’s Trade4Development: Leaving no one behind – New help for graduating...

Leaving no one behind: New help for graduating least developed countries (Parts I and II) by Daniel Gay. (28 January 2020)

Joint UN Workshop in Support of Solomon Islands’ Graduation from the LDC Category

On 17-18 October, the United Nations Inter-Agency Task Force on Least Developed Country Graduation, in partnership with the Solomon Islands Government, held a two-day...

Finding new support for graduating LDCs

"Many Least Developed Countries (LDCs) have implemented successful development policies. As a result, an increasing number of LDCs have graduated or are approaching graduation...

In the news: Bhutan’s graduation

October 11, 2019. "Bhutan is all good to graduate". http://www.kuenselonline.com/bhutan-is-all-good-to-graduate/

Working Together For Lao PDR’s Sustainable LDC Graduation

Op-Ed co-authored by Minister of Foreign Affairs Saleumxay Kommasith, and UN Resident Coordinator Sara Sekkenes, October 8, 2019.

At WTO Public Forum: graduating LDCs in an evolving WTO

Working session at the WTO Public Forum, October 8, 2019 (16:00-17:30), organized by Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) and Centre for Policy Dialogue: Graduating least-developed countries...