How can Public–Private Cooperation contribute to sustainable economic development in Fragile States? – from policy to practice

The Dutch report presents the overall findings of the project ‘Public–Private
Cooperation (PPC) in Fragile States’ carried out under the 2007 Millennium Accord on the Network for Peace, Security and Development. The Network aims to support and encourage the sharing of expertise and cooperation between the different Dutch actors and organisations involved in fragile states. The conclusions are based on the outcomes of country case studies on Southern Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Afghanistan.

In particular, Annex 1 outlines the possible objectives, inputs and preconditions for the three sectors (private,public and civil society organisation) to form partnerships.

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Global issues

Job creation and enterprise development; Peace and security