On this page you will find (news)articles related to the Dutch policy on private sector development in developing countries.
DGGF is creating opportunities for young entrepreneurs in the MENA region
By means of the investment of the Dutch Good Growth Fund (DGGF), two young passionate designers in Caïro, Hend Riad (28) and ...
New program 'Work: No Child’s Business' launched to help eliminate child labor
Today, almost one in every ten children between the ages of five and seventeen is involved in child labor. The Alliance, together ...
Human Resource policies as Driver of Gender-Inclusive Business
The business case for gender diversity has internationally been made many times: Companies that invest in gender perform better. ...
Trade matters – for jobs, for prosperity, for us all
Over the next few weeks, ITC, TMEA, CBI and ourselves will illustrate that trade matters to people, and how companies and farmers ...
Celebrating entrepreneurship worldwide and in The Netherlands
Friday November, 17th was the Day of the Entrepreneur (Dag van de Ondernemer) in the Netherlands. A day to celebrate ...
Tackling traffic jams and air pollution in Kampala
Kampala, the capital of Uganda, is a metropolis with 1.5 million inhabitants. Next to that another 1.5 million commuters are ...
African-European cooperation for youth entrepreneurship
The 5th African Union – European Union (AU-EU) summit will take place in Abidjan (Côte d’Ivoire) on November 29 & 30. The AU-EU ...