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

It’s also aimed at the wider development community and anyone else interested in LDC graduation. Tailored to each country, showing what graduation means in context, the site shows what happens before, during and after leaving the category, with contacts, information and suggestions about what to do at each stage.

The site covers the 14 countries close to graduation or that have recently graduated. Select one from the drop-down menu to see relevant information. Designated users can log in, save information to the suitcase, and download it when needed.

Before graduation

How graduation works, information about your country’s LDC status and suggestions on what to do in the years before graduation

Case studies, background reading and contacts

Information

Information and suggested activities for when your country has been identified for graduation

Activities

During graduation

Information and suggested activities when your country has been identified for graduation

Good practice, expert views, contacts and examples of smooth transition strategies

Information

Good practice, expert views, contacts and examples of smooth transition strategies

Activities

After graduation

Suggestions on how to manage graduation and incorporate it into policymaking

Good practice, expert views, contacts and case studies

Information

Four ideas about how to move forward successfully

Activities