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Project ID:00123472Description:PSDP Job opportunity_Somalia
Fund:
Somalia Multi Window Trust Fd
Start Date *: 18 Aug 2020
Theme:
NDP 9.3 Economic Development
End Date*: 30 Sep 2023
Country: Somalia Project Status: On Going
  Participating Organization:   Multiple
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Project Description:

The Productive Sector Development Programme (PSDP) for Somalia is the UN Somalia flagship economic development joint-programme implemented by UNIDO, FAO and ILO in close partnership with the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources, the Ministry of Livestock, Forestry and Range, and Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs of the Federal Government of Somalia and the corresponding  ministries at member states level where programme activities carry operations.

Productive sectors are essential components of inclusive and sustainable development. The PSDP is designed and structured to unlock the potential for the Somali economy to create jobs and expand economic opportunities, particularly for youth and women. The focused interventions of the PSDP aim to 1) strengthen the governance of public and private economic institutions to support productive sectors and Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) development; 2) address binding constraints to value chain development ; 3) support all Somalis in gaining access to economic development initiatives such as skills and entrepreneurship training programmes; and, 4) develop  facilities, technology, resources, infrastructure, and opportunities for concessional financing across the productive sectors.

The PSDP team is composed by Participating United Nations Organizations (PUNOs), line ministries, government of Somalia agencies, private sector associations, trade unions representatives, at federal and member states level, to facilitate the process so that:

Outcome 1 – Growth enabling strategic policies, plans and legislations are put in place;

Outcome 2 – Somali public and private institutions can offer access to enhanced productive sectors development services and infrastructure; and,

Outcome 3 – Somali productive cooperatives and SME have access to skill development initiatives, production facilities, technologies, and financing solutions

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