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BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT
GPEDC HLM 2 Business Forum
29th November 2016
BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT
Welcome and Introduction
• Charlotte Petri Gornitzka, DAC Chair
• Carole Kariuki, CEO...
BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT
Setting the scene:
How can GPEDC become more relevant to the private sector?
• Darian...
BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT
Collective action against corruption
• Phyllis Wakiaga, Chief Executive Officer, Keny...
BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT
Debate: Engaging business as a
partner in development
• H. E. Mr Aisake Valu Eke, Min...
BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT
Debate: Business and development
cooperation principles
• Jennifer Smith, UK Departme...
BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT
Showcase: Business partnership
action for sustainable development
• Access to Energy:...
500,000
stoves
6 million
liters of fuel
45,000
Entrepreneurs
1,050
Jobs
Benin
Kenya
Nigeria
Ghana
Uganda
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
LEADERSHIP IN ALCOHOL
IN SOCIETY
Create a positive role for alcohol in society through
partnerships and programmes which i...
13
How the Mobile Industry Supports the SDGs
Ecosystem AcceleratorDigital IdentityConnected Society Mobile Money
M4D Utilities Connected Women mNutrition Disaster Resp...
BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT
Debate: How can governments encourage
and support inclusive business to scale and
con...
BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT
Communicating the SDGs
• Alice MacDonald, Campaigns Director, Project
Everyone
Supported by:
BUSINESS & BRANDS
STEP 1 - YOUR COMPANY
Assess the impact of your company against the
seventeen SDGs, and id...
BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT
Wrap up:
How can the GPEDC be made more relevant to the private sector?
• Darian Stib...
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Key slides and speakers from the Business Forum at the 2nd High Level Meeting of the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation - Nairobi, November 2016

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GPEDC HLM2 Nairobi - Business Forum slideshow

  1. 1. Supported by: BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT GPEDC HLM 2 Business Forum 29th November 2016
  2. 2. BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT Welcome and Introduction • Charlotte Petri Gornitzka, DAC Chair • Carole Kariuki, CEO, Kenya Private Sector Alliance
  3. 3. BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT Setting the scene: How can GPEDC become more relevant to the private sector? • Darian Stibbe, Executive Director, The Partnering Initiative
  4. 4. BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT Collective action against corruption • Phyllis Wakiaga, Chief Executive Officer, Kenya Manufacturers Association • Nicholas Mulila, Director, Risk management, Safaricom • Edward Mungai, Chief Executive Officer, Kenya Climate Innovation Center • Olajobi Makinwa, Chief Africa, UN Global Compact
  5. 5. BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT Debate: Engaging business as a partner in development • H. E. Mr Aisake Valu Eke, Minister of Finance and National Planning, Tonga • Hon. Joseph Njang Mbah Ndam, Member, Parliament of the Economic Community of Central African States (CEMAC), Member of Parliament, Cameroon • Geoffrey Sakulanda, Chair, Zambia Association of Chambers of Commerce and Industry • David Croft, Global Sustainable Development Director, Diageo • Paula Kermfors, Government of Sweden • Dave Prescott, Senior Associate, The Partnering Initiative
  6. 6. BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT Debate: Business and development cooperation principles • Jennifer Smith, UK Department for International Development • Haje Schutte, Head of Division, Statistics and Development Finance, OECD • Olajobi Makinwa, Chief Africa, UN Global Compact • Peter McAllister, Director, Ethical Trading Initiative • Jonathan Glennie, Director of Sustainable Development, Ipsos MORI
  7. 7. BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT Showcase: Business partnership action for sustainable development • Access to Energy: Clean cook stoves bioenergy (Green Energy and Biofuel – Femi Oye) • Sustainable Development at Diageo – From grain to glass (David Croft) • New Mobile Models for the SDGs (GSMA – Ilana Cohen)
  8. 8. 500,000 stoves 6 million liters of fuel 45,000 Entrepreneurs 1,050 Jobs Benin Kenya Nigeria Ghana Uganda
  9. 9. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
  10. 10. LEADERSHIP IN ALCOHOL IN SOCIETY Create a positive role for alcohol in society through partnerships and programmes which impact misuse BUILDING THRIVING COMMUNITIES Enable people, particularly women, to have the skills and resources to build a better future for themselves REDUCING OUR ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT Make our products and business operations more environmentally sustainable INDUSTRY COLLABORATION IMPACTFUL PROGRAMMES TRAINING OUR PEOPLE COMMUNITIES SUPPLY CHAINS WATER CARBON PACKAGING WASTE OUR 2020 TARGETS 12
  11. 11. 13 How the Mobile Industry Supports the SDGs
  12. 12. Ecosystem AcceleratorDigital IdentityConnected Society Mobile Money M4D Utilities Connected Women mNutrition Disaster Response Mobile for Development driving commercial and social impact
  13. 13. BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT Debate: How can governments encourage and support inclusive business to scale and contribute to the SDGs? • David Kuria, CEO and Founder, AfricAqua • Faith Muigai, Chief Medical Officer, Jacaranda Health • Racey Muchilwa, Country Group Head – EEA, Novartis • Torbjörn Petterson, Director of Africa Department, Swedish International Cooperation Agency (Sida)
  14. 14. BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT Communicating the SDGs • Alice MacDonald, Campaigns Director, Project Everyone
  15. 15. Supported by: BUSINESS & BRANDS STEP 1 - YOUR COMPANY Assess the impact of your company against the seventeen SDGs, and identify related risks and opportunities across your entire value chain. STEP 2 - THE BOARD Hold a meeting of the board (or the executive management team) to set goals and targets specific to your company that align with sustainable development. STEP 3 - THE SHAREHOLDERS Tell shareholders and other stakeholders the goals your company has set to contribute to the SDGs and progress made. STEP 4 - THE EMPLOYEES Engage all your employees in advancing the Goals through their own work and distribute responsibilities across the entire organization for achieving progress. STEP 5 - THE PUBLIC Show your commitment by including SDG icons and branding in your products, communication materials, and annual report.
  16. 16. BUSINESS AS A PARTNER IN DEVELOPMENT Wrap up: How can the GPEDC be made more relevant to the private sector? • Darian Stibbe, The Partnering Initiative

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