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Published since 2009, Private Sector & Development is a half-yearly magazine that targets all those who contribute to the development, and particularly decision-makers in the private sector, political leaders, donors, international organizations, non-governmental organizations, universities and development research institutes.

 

Private Sector & Development 41

#41 - Acting in fragile contexts: financing, partnerships, innovation
May 2024

The multiple challenges facing fragile countries converge, compounding and feeding off each other. In these countries, we have to simultaneously deal with emergency situations, combat poverty over the long term and factor in the impacts of climate change. 

If no action is taken, fragile countries will account for 80% of the world’s poverty by 2030, according to the OECD. They will then be the root cause of most of the humanitarian, health, security and environmental crises facing the world. Faced with these challenges, the importance of the private sector’s role in boosting economic resilience, access to employment and essential services, is more and more widely recognised.

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The magazine

Published since 2009, Private Sector & Development is a half-yearly magazine that targets all those who contribute to the development, and particularly decision-makers in the private sector, political leaders, donors, international organizations, non-governmental organizations, universities and development research institutes.

 

Private Sector & Development 41

#41 - Acting in fragile contexts: financing, partnerships, innovation
May 2024

The multiple challenges facing fragile countries converge, compounding and feeding off each other. In these countries, we have to simultaneously deal with emergency situations, combat poverty over the long term and factor in the impacts of climate change. 

If no action is taken, fragile countries will account for 80% of the world’s poverty by 2030, according to the OECD. They will then be the root cause of most of the humanitarian, health, security and environmental crises facing the world. Faced with these challenges, the importance of the private sector’s role in boosting economic resilience, access to employment and essential services, is more and more widely recognised.

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Private Sector & Development (PS&D) is Proparco's magazine that aims to get a better grasp of the mechanisms through which the private sector can contribute to the development of southern countries. In each issue, PS&D compares the views of experts in different fields: researchers, private sector’s professionals, development institutions and civil society.

The magazine

Published since 2009, Private Sector & Development is a half-yearly magazine that targets all those who contribute to the development, and particularly decision-makers in the private sector, political leaders, donors, international organizations, non-governmental organizations, universities and development research institutes.

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Private Sector & Development 41

#41 - Acting in fragile contexts: financing, partnerships, innovation
May 2024

The multiple challenges facing fragile countries converge, compounding and feeding off each other. In these countries, we have to simultaneously deal with emergency situations, combat poverty over the long term and factor in the impacts of climate change. 

If no action is taken, fragile countries will account for 80% of the world’s poverty by 2030, according to the OECD. They will then be the root cause of most of the humanitarian, health, security and environmental crises facing the world. Faced with these challenges, the importance of the private sector’s role in boosting economic resilience, access to employment and essential services, is more and more widely recognised.

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