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Title: The Public Private Dialogue in Southern Sudan


1
The Public Private Dialogue in
Southern Sudan
  • Government of
    Southern Sudan
    Ministry of Commerce, Trade Supply
  • Directorate of Private
    Sector Development
  • 2nd April, 2008,
    Dakar-Senegal

2
Introduction
  • Southern Sudan after years of conflict, under
    development and dictatorship needs dialogue in
    general and PPD in particular for
  • Sustaining peace.
  • Building investors confidence in investment
    climate and
  • Fostering democracy.

3
Current PPD Status
  • Funding accessed from MDTF/GOSS to facilitate
    PPD among other activities for PSD.
  • The IFC/ICTA thankfully assessed the status of
    PPD, shared the findings with the stakeholders
    and some recommendations were adopted.

4
Challenges
  • Weak public/private sector institutions.
  • Limited funding.
  • Limited networking with regional and
    international PPD forums.

5
Proposed Strategies
  • Utilization of the current MDTF/GOSS funding for
    building PPDF structure.
  • Seeking support of IFC/ICTA to strengthen the
    capacities of public/private sector institutions
    related to PPD.
  • Continue lobbing for funding internally and from
    other good wishers.
  • Linking SSBF with other similar regional and
    global forums.
  • Seeking support from IFC/ICTA and other donors to
    organize and form business sectoral associations
    and enhance their capacity.

6
End
  • Thanks
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