Investing in the MDGsPotential for public/private/civil society collaboration                                     Placer D...
Outline   Extractive Sector and the MDGS   Case Study   Moving Forward – the need to collaborate
Placer Dome   Global mining leader     –   16 mining operations, 7 countries / over 13,000 employees worldwide   2 opera...
Extractive Sector & MDGs   Emergence of Social License issues    changed value creation/value flow and    created an area...
MDGs and Social LicenseMillennium Development Goals                        Social License1)   Eradicate extreme poverty an...
Case Study - PDSA   Care Project   HIV/AIDS    –   Minesite    –   Local Communities    –   Rural Communities    –   Hom...
PDSA & the MDGsMillennium Development Goals                     PDSA1)Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger           Dire...
Moving Forward   Extractive industries, ODA community, Development interests    share common social investment objectives...
Summary   Extractive Sector and the MDGS   Case Study   Moving Forward – the need to collaborate
Conclusion   Systematic collaboration between the    Extractive Sector, ODA Agencies and the    development community wil...
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Investing in the Millennium Development Goals: Potential for public/private/civil society collaboration

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Wayne Dunn's presentation to the FOCAL Round Table Seminar on the United Nations' Millennium Development Goals.
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Investing in the Millennium Development Goals: Potential for public/private/civil society collaboration

  1. 1. Investing in the MDGsPotential for public/private/civil society collaboration Placer Dome Inc a case study Presented by: Wayne Dunn, Placer Dome Consultant Direct Private Sector Investments in Meeting the Millennium Development Goals Focal/IDRC Roundtable 13-Sep-05 Ottawa, Canada
  2. 2. Outline Extractive Sector and the MDGS Case Study Moving Forward – the need to collaborate
  3. 3. Placer Dome Global mining leader – 16 mining operations, 7 countries / over 13,000 employees worldwide 2 operating mines in LAC region (Zaldivar and La Copia/Chile) - ~25% of global corporate revenue 2 advanced exploration projects in LAC region (Cerro Casale/Chile and Pueblo Viejo/Dominican Republic) Recognized leader in social investment/sustainability – First major mining company to adopt a Sustainability Policy – Recent Awards & Recognition  Zaldivar - PROhumana RSEtica presented its Sustainability Award for Corporate Social Responsibility.  South Africa Operations – – Nexen Award for Corporate Social and Ethical Responsibility – World Bank Development Innovation Award – Two time finalist in World Bank Development Marketplace competition  Care project made into Stanford Business School Case Study
  4. 4. Extractive Sector & MDGs Emergence of Social License issues changed value creation/value flow and created an area of common interest with the ODA/Development community MDGs roughly map much of this shared interest area
  5. 5. MDGs and Social LicenseMillennium Development Goals Social License1) Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger a2) Achieve universal primary education a3) Promote gender equality and empower women a4) Reduce child mortality a5) Improve maternal health a6) Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases a7) Ensure environmental sustainability a8) Develop a global partnership for development a
  6. 6. Case Study - PDSA Care Project HIV/AIDS – Minesite – Local Communities – Rural Communities – Home Based Care – Mining Outreach Partnership (missed opportunity) School Feeding Project Environmental Programs
  7. 7. PDSA & the MDGsMillennium Development Goals PDSA1)Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger Direct2)Achieve universal primary education Direct3)Promote gender equality and empower women Direct4)Reduce child mortality Indirect5)Improve maternal health Indirect6)Combat HIV/AIDS, malaria and other diseases Direct7)Ensure environmental sustainability Direct8)Develop a global partnership for development Direct
  8. 8. Moving Forward Extractive industries, ODA community, Development interests share common social investment objectives (MDGs) Little history of collaboration – more history of confrontation – Stovepipe pursuit of common interests – minimal collaboration Extractive sector as an Oasis of Capacity Tremendous opportunity for synergy and enhanced investment effectiveness (ROI) Need to consciously focus on developing collaboration mechanisms to bring together the international private sector and ODA/Development community around MDG types of activities
  9. 9. Summary Extractive Sector and the MDGS Case Study Moving Forward – the need to collaborate
  10. 10. Conclusion Systematic collaboration between the Extractive Sector, ODA Agencies and the development community will enhance progress on the MDGs
  11. 11. Questions & Discussion

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