Presentation to IDRC February 22 nd , 2013. Presentation Outline. Introduction Methodology Overview of donor strategies Modalities for engaging with the private sector Implementation considerations R ecommendations and future research Knowledge mobilization What next?
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Presentation to IDRCFebruary 22nd, 2013
IN GENERAL: Private sector investment improved markets jobs increased incomes and revenue social programs
TWO APPROACHES: Partnering with the private sector for development versus supporting or promoting private sector development or both
BUT NEEDS different donor responses for each approach (form follows function!)
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