Title: Private sector development in fragile and conflict-affected settings
Date: 3-7 December 2018
Private Sector Development is widely recognised to be a vital tool for societies to transition from conflict to peaceful development. This three-day course is jointly organized by the Centre and GIZ under the auspices of the Donor Committee for Enterprise Development. The training course is based on the DCED framework to design and implement PSD interventions in a conflict-sensitive way, and understand the linkages and contribution of PSD to all aspects of peacebuilding and development.
This course is designed for private sector development experts in charge of programme design and implementation in fragile and conflict-affected environments, practitioners, donors and international organizations working on post-conflict recovery initiatives.