International Projects

International Projects

The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport is renowned for its exceptional expertise in logistics and transportation, contributing to the development of modern and efficient management methods for logistics systems and transportation routes. Our institute serves as a hub where theory meets practice, and innovations become a key element in industry development.

With a presence in over 40 countries worldwide and international recognition, the Royal Institute of Logistics and Transport in Central Asia implements projects for international donors such as USAID (United States Agency for International Development) and GIZ (German Technical Cooperation Service).

Collaboration with USAID and GIZ is a unique opportunity to combine efforts for infrastructure development, professionalism enhancement, and promotion of sustainable development. Together with these organizations, we work on various projects aimed at improving logistics and transportation systems, influencing the economy.

In the 2020-2021 USAID Competitiveness, Trade, and Jobs Project in Central Asia (CTJ), efforts were directed towards enhancing export potential and creating jobs in the fruit and vegetable, tourism, transportation, and logistics sectors in five Central Asian countries. By fostering competitiveness among companies in the region and removing trade barriers, USAID contributes to the development of a sustainable and competitive private sector.

Within the USAID CTJ program, CILT Central Asia contributed to enhancing the capacity of professionals in the transport and logistics industry through training sessions, seminars, and individual consultations provided to 75 companies across Central Asia to strengthen their businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Collaboration between CILT Central Asia and USAID allows for the consolidation of expert knowledge and resources to develop innovative strategies for trade infrastructure development in Central Asia. Our goal is not only to facilitate trade but also to promote sustainable economic growth, increased employment, and improved living standards.

In the 2021-2022 GIZ project on trade facilitation in Central Asia, coordination efforts were made to conduct the 7th Regional Meeting of National Committees on Trade Facilitation in Central Asia and the "Women in Trade" forum.

The Women's Forum resulted in:


  • Increased awareness of gender aspects in trade facilitation.
  • Development of recommendations for overcoming problems for women in trade based on cross-country experiences of participants.
  • Conducting a master class on "Women's Leadership" to improve leadership and communication skills to increase women's participation in trade procedures.
  • Establishment of communication channels between women from the public and private sectors involved in trade.


As part of the virtual introductory course "Coordination and Management at the Border in Export-Import Operations and Transit Procedures using the example of Georgia and Latvia", video and theoretical materials were developed according to the module "One region, one goal - Trade Facilitation in Central Asia". The theoretical material was developed as handouts, providing detailed information on the features of customs clearance zones.

From 2021 to 2026, we are proud of our achievements in cooperation with the USAID Trade Program in Central Asia:

Organizing training programs and seminars for logistics and transportation professionals, raising the professional level of personnel in the Central Asia region.


  • Providing a platform for public-private dialogue.
  • Assisting in legislative and institutional reforms and supporting initiatives to simplify trade procedures for the private sector.
  • Supporting Women in Logistics and Transportation.
  • Contributing to the development of MSMEs in Central Asia by providing individual consultations.
  • Stimulating the increase in cargo flows along the Middle Corridor of the TMTM through roundtable discussions and conferences.

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