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By Engr Mansur Ahmed | DG/CEO NESG. PUBLIC-PRIVATE DIALOGUE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP. Table of Content. 1. Introduction. 2. Key Objectives & Focus. 3. Structure & Participation. 4. Processes & Milestones. 5. Outreach & Communication. 6. National/Sub-National Orientation.

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By engr mansur ahmed dg ceo nesg

By Engr Mansur Ahmed | DG/CEO NESG

PUBLIC-PRIVATE DIALOGUE INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP


Table of content

Table of Content

1. Introduction

2. Key Objectives & Focus

3. Structure & Participation

4. Processes & Milestones

5. Outreach & Communication

6. National/Sub-National Orientation

7. Aligns Activities to National Development Strategy

8. Linkages

9. Output & Achievements

10. Challenges

11. The Way Forward


Introduction

Introduction

  • The NES:

    • Started in 1993 against the background of declining economic fortunes, policy inconsistency, macroeconomic instability & economic environment.

    • The success of the 1st & 2nd Summit led to incorporation of NESG in 1996 as a vehicle for sustaining and anchoring the NES process on a continuous basis.

    • The NESG is a Private Sector Initiative, independent and non-partisan that helps to provide a forum for PPD. It works closely with government agencies, which enables it to make direct impact in policy articulation and development.

  • NESG Vision:

    • To become Nigeria’s leading private sector think-tank committed to the development of a modern globally competitive economy.

  • NESG Mission:

    • Dedicated to achieving sustainable economic development, in the national interest, through responsible private sector initiative.


Key objectives focus

Key Objectives & Focus

Objectives

  • To provide a platform for PPD in Nigeria

  • To create an environment that promotes good governance, private sector investment and sustainable private sector driven economic growth

  • To promote the emergence of a globally competitive economy

    Focus:

    Economic growth through Private Sector development recognizing the necessity for distributional equity and poverty alleviation.


Structure participation

Structure & Participation

  • SEVEN POLICY COMMISSIONS

  • Infrastructure

    • Energy (Gas & Power)

    • Water

    • Transportation (Aviation, Rail,

    • Inland Waterways, Ports & Roads)

  • Agriculture

    • Agriculture production, processing,

    • storage & marketing

    • Agric Finance

  • Investment Climate & Competitiveness

    • Macroeconomic Framework

    • Investment

    • Trade Policy & Competitive Industrialization

    • Privatization & Deregulation

    • Budget & Economic Coordination

  • Human Development

    • Primary & Vocational Education

    • Youth Development

    • Health

  • Non-Oil/Non-Agric Sectors

    • SMEs

    • Solid Minerals

    • NEPAD

    • Tourism

    • Banking, Finance & Insurance

  • Governance

    • Rebuilding Institutions

    • Corporate Governance

  • Science & Technology

    • Bio Technology

    • ICT

    • R & D

NES (ANNUAL NIGERIAN ECONOMIC SUMMIT)

GOVERNMENT

PRIVATE SECTOR STAKEHOLDER

DEVELOPMENT PARTNERSHIPS

POLICY

COMMISSIONS

POLICY

COMMISSIONS

POLICY

COMMISSIONS

  • Participants

  • Public Sector: Top Government Officials, (President – Director)

  • Private Sector: CEO’s & Business Leaders

  • Academia

  • Non-State Actors, CSOs & MBOs

  • NGOs & Development Partners


Processes

Processes

  • Annual NES:

    • provides platform for dialogue & debate on economic direction, policies & programmes.

  • Policy Commissions:

    • support & monitor implementation

    • commission studies & research

    • evaluate impact

    • lobby National Assembly

    • sustain interaction & collaboration with MDAs

  • NESG:

    • plans & organizes NES, anchors PCs, provides organization support, undertakes studies, maintains database etc.


Outreach communication

Outreach & Communication

  • Summit operates at the National level, however, the NESG engages

    • State Governments e.g. Agricultural Summits

    • NGOs operating at the sub-national level

    • Sub-sectoral organizations: MAN, NACCIMA, NASME, NASSI etc.

  • Media & Press Briefings

  • Publications: Green Book (NES Report), Economic Indicators, Public Lecture/Policy Dialogue Series, Other Conference Proceedings etc

  • Policy Dialogues

  • Public Lectures

  • Seminars

  • Mini Conferences

  • Linkages


Aligns activities to national development strategy

Aligns Activities to National Development Strategy

Policy Commissions

NEEDS at a glance

Growth Drivers

Growth Tracks

  • Investment Climate &

  • Competitiveness

  • Macroeconomic Framework

  • Investment

  • Trade Policy & Competitive Industrialization

  • Privatization & Deregulation

  • Budget & Economic Coordination

  • Infrastructure(Energy; Water;

  • Transportation)

  • Agriculture(Agricultural production,

  • processing,

  • storage & marketing; Agric Finance)

  • Other Non-Oil/Non-Agric Sectors

  • (Tourism; NEPAD; SMEs; Solid Minerals; Banking,

  • Finance & Insurance)

Enablers

Human Development(Primary & Vocational Education; Youth Development ; Health)

Governance(Rebuilding Institutions; Corporate Governance)

Science & Technology(Bio Technology; ICT; R & D)


Linkages

Linkages

  • Collaborative Projects

  • Better Business Initiative (BBI)

  • International Conference on Infrastructure Development in Nigeria

  • Joint Studies

  • Consortium for Development Partnership (CDP)

  • WEF (Global Competitiveness Survey in Nigeria)

  • World Bank [National Urban Youth Empowerment and Employment Project (NUYEEP)]


Output achievements

Output & Achievements

  • Deregulation and Sector Reforms

  • Improving the Investment Climate

  • Public Sector Reforms

  • Private / Public Partnership

  • Vision 2010

  • The NES process will continue to sustain vigorous and consistent effort to help create an enabling environment, conducive to good governance, responsible private sector investment and sustainable economic growth and development.


Challenges

Challenges

  • Funding

  • Focus/Value Proposition

  • Sustainability (remaining relevant)

  • Data/Information

  • Research Capacity


The way forward

The Way Forward

  • PARTNERSHIP: crucial for sustainable development

  • Driven by GLOBALIZATION

  • PARTNERSHIP empowers the Individual Organization

SMART PARTNERSHIPS

Partnership Level

Global

WTO

PPD

WEF

Influence on Development

Continental

AU

Global

Regional

Domestic

PUBLIC SECTOR

ABR

Regional

ECOWAS

CDP

PRIVATE SECTOR

State

Local Government

National Level

Institutional

Local Partners

BBI

Empowerment Level


Public private dialogue international workshop

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