Institutional Partners

International Trade Centre

ITC is the joint agency of the World Trade Organization and the United Nations. ITC assists small and medium-sized enterprises in developing and transition economies to become more competitive in global markets, thereby contributing to sustainable economic development within the frameworks of the Aid for Trade agenda and the United Nations’ Global Goals for Sustainable Development.

For more information, visit Follow ITC on Twitter: @ITCnews & @SMEtradeAcademy

Chambre de Commerce Franco-Libyenne

First bilateral chamber of commerce ever created with Libya in 1971, endowed with a long experience and a thorough knowledge of the country, the French-Libyan Chamber of Commerce aims at developing economic relationship between France and Libya.

Libyan Partners

Ministry of Planning
Ministry of Finance

Tripoli University

Benghazi University

Zawiyah University

Jofra Engineering Faculty

Sebha University

Sirte University

Ajdabiya University

Musrata University

Omar Al Mukhtar University

Al Gabal Al Gharbi University


Bani-walid Municipality

Ghryain Municipality

Jalo Municipality

Suk alGomma Municipality

Turbok Municipality

Libya Enterprise

Libyan Enterprise Incubators – Tripoli

Libyan Enterprise Incubators – Benghazi

Libyan Enterprise Incubators – Misurata

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