UNDP IICPSD’s Partners HP and ERTEV Launch Maker Bus Initiative to Support STEM Training in Rural Schools
IICPSD discussed digital transformation, skills and the future of work with the private sector and development stakeholders
The second training on Islamic finance and impact investing takes place in Indonesia as part of GIFIIP.
Concrete examples from Fiji, Philippines, Madagascar, Turkey and Haiti help to demonstrate what private sector networks are already doing together with the Connecting Business initiative (CBi) in disaster prevention, preparedness, response and recovery efforts, and how companies can collaborate better to become more resilient.
UNDP Istanbul International Center for Private Sector in Development (IICPSD), established in 2011, is one of UNDP’s six Global Policy Centers. IICPSD leads UNDP’s global work on private sector and foundations and supports UNDP’s 170 offices as well as various governments and institutions all over the world. The Center aims at making a significant contribution to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda by mobilizing and supporting potential partners worldwide for implementing the global development agenda.
In an average developing country
60% of GDP
created by private sector
90% of jobs
generated by private sector
80% of capital flow
facilitated by private sector
market opportunities in SDG aligned investments