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Diaspora & Sustainable Investments

Many countries, such as Morocco, Tunisia, Nepal or the Philippines, rely heavily on remittances from their migrant workers. Much of it goes into direct consumption with continued poverty when the worker returns.

Social business

Social business development assists in addressing social problems through non-loss/non-dividend companies which are financially self-sustainable with reinvestment of realised profits into the social business itself. Unlike a profit-maximising business, the prime

Green and decent jobs

While it is certain that environmental degradation and climate change will increasingly require enterprises, labour markets and (inter)national economies to react and adjust, the goal of environmentally sustainable economies will not be attained without the active contribution of technical assist

Rural & regional economic development (RRED)

RRED generally refers to the process of improving the quality of life and economic well-being of people living in relatively isolated and less densely populated areas (rural development) and operating economically in a larger environment (regional develop

Youth (self) employment & qualification

Youth joblessness is a phenomenon not only in Southern European states but prevails in all countries of the developing world with increasing threats for development and stability.

Value Chains

Private Sector Development (PSD) is increasingly acknowledged by governments, donors and development organisations as an important step to alleviate poverty and create healthy economies.

MSME development

Micro, small and medium enterprises are the backbones of all economies – worldwide. However, most of them provide sub-standard results due to missing knowledge and experience as well as poor financial management.

Institutional business environment

If we like it or not, institutions (government as well as non-government) in the economic set-up of any country play a spearheading role in economic development! More often than not, they are encrusted, passive and externally driven by weak governments and non-enforced laws.

Economic Recovery in Humanitarian Situations

Economies of regions in crisis often suffer from the supply of free handouts with negative price effects, thus suppressing local production of food or outcompeting local trade.