The presentation outlines the preliminary findings of a joint report currently being finalized by IDEV and the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD) which synthesizes the wealth of existing evaluative evidence in 33 evaluations of donor support for private sector development. The presentation aimed at sharing evaluative evidence on the role played by the private sector in spurring economic growth and discussing how development partners can work together to maximize the private sector’s contribution to development.
Itwas was presented at Asian Evaluation Week 2016 by Rafika Amira, during a session organized and run by IDEV on "What works in promoting private-sector growth? Evidence from evaluation" . The session aimed at sharing evaluative evidence on the role of the private sector in making growth happen, learning about what worked and what did not work based on the experience of 18 development institutions and spurring dialogue on how development partners can work together to maximize the private sector’s contribution to development.
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