south asia watch on trade, economics and environment

Project Inception Meeting

National Stakeholders’ Dialogue on Climate Change, Agriculture, Food Security and Disaster Risk Reduction

High-level Dialogue on “Post-2015 Development Agenda and 18th SAARC Summit: Nepal’s perspectives”

Deepening Economic Cooperation in South Asia: Expectations from the 18th SAARC Summit

Two-day regional meeting on “Conservation, Use and Exchange of Crop Genetic Resources: Promoting Regional Cooperation for a Food-Secure, Climate- Resilient South Asia”.

National Consultation Workshop on Impact of the Earthquake on Food Security and Livelihood on Urban Poor in Nepal and Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture Adaptation Practices and Gender-27 Nov 2015

In focus

Ninth South Asia Economic Summit (SAES IX)

The Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) will host the Ninth South Asia Economic Summit (SAES-IX) in Dhaka on 15-16 October 2016. More details 

Call for applications: Ninth South Asian Training Programme on CGE Modelling

Application is now open for this year’s CGE Training which is going to be held in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. Eligible candidates are requested to apply as per the following details

SAWTEE partners with SAARC CCI for research

SAWTEE has become a knowledge partner of the SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SAARC CCI). The latter is the apex body of the national federations of chambers of commerce and industry of SAARC countries.

Participation in the Midterm Review of Istanbul Programme of Action

SAWTEE participated in the Midterm Review Conference for the Istanbul Programme of Action for the Least Developed Countries in Antalya, Turkey from 27-29 May 2016. Our Executive Chairman Dr. Posh Raj Pandey spoke during the session "Trade and commodities, and economic diversification and graduation" of the Conference.

Contribution to the earthquake victims

SAWTEE in an effort to give continuation to its support towards the earthquake victims distributed blankets for them. It was inspired by the news published in various newspapers about them suffering in cold weather in their makeshift tents. Around 200 blankets were distributed in Dhading and Gorkha districts in collaboration with the government officials and locals.