Private Sector & Development magazines

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Private Sector & Development magazines

Published since 2009, Private Sector & Development (PS&D) is a half-yearly 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 authors in different fields: researchers, private sector’s professionals, development institutions or civil society. The idea of the Private Sector & Development magazine is to share know-how and best practices and boost sustainable development by encouraging private investment. The magazine spotlights the experience of Proparco and its private-sector partners.

# 27

Vulnerabilities and crises: what role for companies?

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Over two billion people throughout the world are currently living in countries in which development is being stymied by situations that are rife with conflict and violence. The growing number of both natural and man-made crises makes the fragile countries a key focus of current concerns.

# 26

African port: Gateway to development

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This 26th issue focuses on the African port sector. The magazine features analyses provided by experts from ISEMAR, SETRAG, Jeune Afrique and AFD, to get an insight into this rapidly growing sector that is so vital for the Continent’s future growth and development.

# Special Issue

Independant power producers: a solution for Africa?

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SPECIAL ISSUE IPPS

Demand for electricity in sub-Saharan Africa is growing fast – driven primarily by economic growth and by policies for widening access to electricity – and yet production capacity has developed very little since the 1990s. Focus in this issue.