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UK Department for International Development

Promoting Inclusive Markets (PIMS) in Somalia aimed at improving productivity, competitiveness, and long term jobs in six value chains.

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Project Data Last Updated: 01/12/2019

IATI Identifier: GB-1-204157

Partner Projects

DAI Europe

  • Burma Enterprise Opportunity Facility The DFID Burma Enterprise Opportunity Facilityis a key component of the larger DFID Business for Shared Prosperity in Burma programme (BSPB). he Facility is a flexible instrument that can identify, catalyse and support a broad variety of private sector development (PSD) interventions congruent with the BSPB’s overall aims in the field of inclusive economic growth. Those aims comprise: • helping provide a sustainable route out of poverty for many people in Burma by increasing incomes and creating jobs; • making it easier for new businesses and entrepreneurs to fairly compete; and • facilitating the participation of women and other previously excluded or disadvantaged groups. The Facility is intended to deliver high-impact interventions in support of enterprise development and inclusive economic growth in Burma, using innovative approaches to address obstacles and constraints in transformational sectors that have the potential to deliver significant and inclusive economic gains. Total Project Budget: £25,000,000 DFID Funding: £8,617,923

DAI Europe

  • Promoting Inclusive Markets (PIMS) in Somalia Project Purpose is to expand private sector investment by creating more income for firms in livestock, fisheries, poultry, food crop, construction and light manufacturing to create 9000 long term jobs (including 4400 long term jobs for women) and 500,000 employment days for the poor, women, and youth in the three regions of South Central, Somaliland and Puntland. Total Project Budget: £14,000,000 DFID Funding: £12,677,818

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