According to the AfDB, the development goal of the SSIPSD project is to contribute to ongoing reforms aimed at improving the policy environment to enable private sector-led growth. To this end, the project development objective is to support reforms in the policy environment to enable private sector-led growth and strengthen the capacity of Rwanda’s private sector (especially MSMEs) to generate quality jobs and adopt responsible and green business practices. The project activities will also strengthen the capacities of staff of beneficiary government institutions to design, monitor and implement more effective and green private sector support programs and policies. SSIPSD will also support the strengthening of public-private dialogue and collaboration through a participatory process of the Investment Policy Review as well as targeted workshop sessions. The project specific objectives are to support: (i) an investment policy review to strengthen policy formulation and the regulatory environment for private sector development; and (ii) the expansion of Business Development Advisors Scheme and the capacity of MSMEs to access both domestic and international markets.
As stated on the federation's website, the Private Sector Federation – Rwanda is a professional organization, dedicated to promote and represent the interests of the Rwandan business community. It is an umbrella organization that groups 10 professional chambers. It was established in December 1999, replacing the former Rwanda Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
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