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Conflict sensitive private sector development (PSD) : guidelines for Ministry and Embassy staff and implementing partners

These guidelines offer a step by step approach to reduce risks and have a positive impact in fragile and conflict affected situations. They include a scheme of the steps involved in applying a fragility lens and their desired outcomes. There is a list of useful resources and an annex with guiding questions and recommendations, which can be used for both new as well as existing policies/interventions/investments in for instance public infrastructural programmes.

TitleConflict sensitive private sector development (PSD) : guidelines for Ministry and Embassy staff and implementing partners
Publication TypeManual
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsNetherlands. Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Pagination7 p.
Date Published11/2019
PublisherMinistry of Foreign Affairs
Place PublishedThe Hague, the Netherlands
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordsfragile states
Abstract

These guidelines offer a step by step approach to reduce risks and have a positive impact in fragile and conflict affected situations. They include a scheme of the steps involved in applying a fragility lens and their desired outcomes. There is a list of useful resources and an annex with guiding questions and recommendations, which can be used for both new as well as existing policies/interventions/investments in for instance public infrastructural programmes.

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URLhttps://www.government.nl/topics/development-cooperation/documents/reports/2019/11/04/guidelines-conflict-sensitive-private-sector-development
Citation Key86556

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