Leather Value Chain Competitiveness Progress Report - National Competitiveness Commission

Leather Value Chain Competitiveness Progress Report

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The National Competitiveness Commission produced an evidence-based Leather Value Chain Competitiveness Report in 2023, in an effort to facilitate the development of a sustainable competitive leather sector in Zimbabwe. This is in line with the National Development Strategy 1 (NDS1) objective of the need to promote local production and domesticate value chains to reduce the import bill, ensure food security and job creation.

The Report, benefitted from international benchmarking with top leather producing countries, Kenya and Ethiopia, and proffered evidence-based recommendations, which are critical to enhancing competitiveness of the sector.

In order to monitor implementation of recommendations, the Commission established a Leather Value Chain Competitiveness Lab (Technical Working Group) comprising of experts, to address identified bottlenecks and support enhancement of productivity and competitiveness of the sector, through evidence-based interventions.

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Leather Value Chain Competitiveness Progress Report

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