Over the years, CIPE has actively contributed to policy discussions and thought leadership in the democracy and economic communities.
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2022 Sahel Conference Report

03.21.2023 | Annual Reports
Sahel Conference Report: Promoting a Private-Public Dialogue for Development, Security and the Fight against Violent Extremism in the G5 Sahel In late 2022, the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) organized a regional conference on promoting a public-private dialogue in the Sahel to f...

SCALE Good Governance Guidebook

09.15.2022 | Guides & Tools | Kenneth Isaiah Ibasco Abante, Jeshamar C. Villasis, Reycel Hyacenth Nacario Bendaña, Jego Antonio T. Yap, Ryan Patrick Garcia-Evangelista, Kim Eric Bettcher, Srujana Penumetcha Huerter, Janessa B. Santelices
The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) and WeSolve Foundation present “Making Together Work: Support for Coalition Advocacy Learning and Engagement in Good Governance” Coalition building has been discussed extensively in the fields of collective impact, social work, social chang...

Small and Medium Enterprises in Bangladesh: An Assessment Report

08.03.2022 | Evaluations
Bangladesh has a vibrant Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) sector which can be divided into 33 subsectors of products and services. Available data shows that SMEs constitute 50.91 percent of the micro-economic sector, employs 35.41 percent of workers, and contributes 48.41 percent to Bangladesh’s ...

Sahel Conference Report

02.10.2022 | Annual Reports
English The stakeholders of the Sahel Economic Coalition Initiative met in Nouakchott, Mauritania between September 13 to 16, 2021 to analyze the effects of the pandemic on the private sector, as well as the response plans of each G5 Sahel country. This event was a part of a process of constructive ...

Promoting Trust in Business

12.15.2021 | Case Studies | Ritika Singh, Richard Tucker, Anna Kompanek, Eric Hontz
Introduction The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) and AmChams in Europe present the Promoting Trust in Business Brochure, part of a larger effort by CIPE to strengthen trust in business and market institutions around the globe. This brochure contains eight case studies of local ini...

Public Perception of Economic and Social Reforms in Bolivia

11.29.2021 | Case Studies | CIPE
In Bolivia, CIPE worked with an advocacy business group to help frame reform priorities, based on credible economic arguments, by incorporating the perspectives of civil society. To understand what the public thought about which reforms were needed, CIPE designed a survey and contracted CiesMor...

The Role of Women Entrepreneurs in Regional Stability in the Sahel

04.30.2021 | Case Studies | CIPE
CIPE is dedicated to supporting innovative solutions that support women business leaders and entrepreneurs across the Sahel. As an example of our approach, on March 16, CIPE hosted a virtual event titled, Contribution de l’Entrepreneuriat Féminin à la Stabilité au Sahel in collaboration with th...

Attracting New Members During COVID-19: Lessons Learned from AmCham Uzbekistan

03.30.2021 | Articles | Tatyana Bystrushkina
The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the for-profit and non-profit sectors in Uzbekistan. In the year that brought immense financial strain and a shift in priorities to businesses all over the world, many business member organizations (BMOs) and business associations (BAs) struggled to retain membershi...

Accelerating Private Sector Reform

08.28.2020 | Articles | Sujeev Shakya
Context Private Sector in Nepal: Following the restoration of peace and the establishment of liberal economic policies in the 1990s, there have been years of sustained private sector expansion in the country. The Nepali private sector contributed about 80% of the economy’s gross fixed capital form...

Programmatic Assessment Report: Empowering Marginal Economic Actors through Policy Reform from the Bottom-Up

07.22.2020 | Evaluations | Dobrina Gogova, Ahmed Mohammed Awel, Getachew Sileshi, Helen Alemayehu
Beginning in April 2020 CIPE implemented an assessment of marginal economic actors and business and civil society organizations in Ethiopia to assess the initial impacts of COVID-19. Through a series of virtually conducted key informant interviews, CIPE collected data on issues pertaining to the ...
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