Public Private Dialogue for EPA ImplementationRobert Glass, Executive Project Manager, GIZ 15.05.2012 Seite 1
Institutional landscape, for EPA implementation” … CCLEC CROSQ CAHFSA CAIPA ITU/CTU … Regional Harmonization EPA Unit Guidance Monitoring Integration NEPAIU Customs Bureau of… Deptartment Standards MoA IPA MoT … 15.05.2012 15.05.2012 Seite Page 2
CARIFORUM-EU Business Forum CARICOM_DR Business Forum Private sector scenario Private sector operators CAN Manufacturers Association CAMINO Coalition of Service Ind. CSWA Small CASME Business Ass. CAIC Chamber of Commerce Capacity building, Training, Information 15.05.2012 15.05.2012 Seite Page 3
The “juggernaut” of EPA implementation … CCLEC CROSQ CAHFSA CAIPA ITU/CTU … Advocacy, Lobbying, Policy CARIFORUM-EU Business Forum CARICOM_DR Business Forum Private sector operators CAN Regional ManufacturersHarmonization EPA Unit Association Integration CAMINO Coalition of Guidance Monitoring Service Ind. CSWA Small CASME Business Ass. CAIC NEPAIU Chamber of Commerce Capacity building, Training, Information Customs Bureau of … Dept. Standards MoA IPA MoT … 15.05.2012 15.05.2012 Seite Page 4
Public Private Dialogue (PPD) as best practice: Area A expresses successful implementation.“Unity pays off, for the individual and for the region” : 15.05.2012 15.05.2012 Seite Page 6
Main Stepps of PPD: Identification of actors Profiles of actors and strategic options Identification of interests, influences and resources Power analysis Specification of participations Creation of confidence Empowerment (competence / influence) Share tasksProcess can be driven from either side, a goodstarting point can be “Stakeholder consultation”Process must be a “Win/Win” for all participants 15.05.2012 15.05.2012 Seite Page 7
Example for Structure and Responsabilities 15.05.2012 15.05.2012 Seite Page 8
PPD Diamant CHAMPION StrongPublic Sector:How strong is the capacity,political will to engage andleadership?Private Sector: PUBLICHow organized is the private Strong SECTORsector, to what extent does it have Strongleadership? PRIVATEChampion: SECTORTo what extend are there credibleand respected individuals with theexpertise, profile and ability to getmedia attentionInstruments:What is the quality and capacity of Strongsupport personnel, logisticalfacilities and seed funds? INSTRUMENTS 15.05.2012 Seite Page 9
Public-Private Partnerships Cooperation agreement between a governmental and a non governmental entity It addresses mutual interests and leverages the particular strengths of each partner. Typical areas: Awareness building campaigns of goy. through civil society institutions Capacity development in cooperation with private sector associations or operatorsExample:Training of farmers for adequate use of agrochemicals. Coop. betweenproducer association, chem. distributor and export promotion agency. 15.05.2012 15.05.2012 Seite Page 10
Evaluation Wheel 15.05.2012 15.05.2012 Seite Page 11
Challenges ahead: Private sector to define priorities and needs through PPD (Break the EPA down to a praxis related level...) Transformation of development needs into project formulation Ensure sustainability of developments on entrepreneur level Time is running: - transition periods are meant for adaptation - other EPA’s are being negotiated 15.05.2012 15.05.2012 Seite Page 12
Thank you for your attention. Contact: EPA Implementation Support Project C/O Caribbean Export Development Agency Hastings, Barbados Robert.Glass@giz.de Internet: www.giz.de 15.05.2012 15.05.2012 Seite Page 13
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