Presentation on theme: "CDE Centre for the Development of Enterprise Sector Programmes An Institution of the ACP Group of States and the European Union Financed by the European."— Presentation transcript:
CDE Centre for the Development of Enterprise Sector Programmes An Institution of the ACP Group of States and the European Union Financed by the European Development Fund
CDE 2 Introduction to the CDE sector programmes Sector Programme approach Primary Objective Identify and select sectors and activity domains with highest potential for economic and social development in ACP countries Grouped assistance Clusters Capacity building for intermediary organisations Methodology Key drivers of enterprise competitiveness Skills training Market access Access to finance
CDE 3 Introduction to the CDE sector programmes Sector Programme approach Skills training Design and implementation of operating management systems Technical training Knowledge process outsourcing Training of the trainers Preparation of technical guides Thematic and technical seminars Production management
CDE 4 Introduction to the CDE sector programmes Sector Programme approach Access to finance Pre-feasibility / feasibility studies Business plans Due diligence (finance institutions) Market access Product certification and traceability Participation in international fares Environmental management systems (e.g. ISO 14,000; SFM; Green Globe) Food and safety standards (e.g. HACCP – ISO 22,000:2005) Corporate social responsibility Value addition – product transformation Product packaging
CDE 5 Introduction to the CDE sector programmes Sector Programme approach 2009 Sector Programmes 1.Sustainable Forest Management (2002 – 2009) Improve production and marketing of timber through SFM, including promotion of certification Improve down-stream processing of value-added products 2.Aquaculture – Fish Farming (2006 – 2009) Improve and increase fish-farming production by private enterprises Increase and improve-fish food processing Promoting the development of regional and export markets 3.Promoting SME Competitiveness in the Tourism Sector (2002 – 2009) Develop and operationalise an e-commerce platform and web-marketing for SME hotels (CAR region) Provide training for management and staff of eco-lodges in services, food safety, product packaging and pricing (EAF/SAF) 4.Building Capacities in the ICT Sector (2006 - 2009) Promote use of open source software (e.g. LINUX) by SMEs in ACP Countries Assess the potential for BPO (Business Process Off-shoring), and identify specific areas for CDE intervention
CDE 6 Introduction to the CDE sector programmes Sector Programme approach 2009 Sector Programmes 5.SME Investment Support Programme (2007 – 2010) Increase investment analysis capabilities of local banks, venture funds and other finance institutions 6.Optimal Energy Management (2007 – 2009) Promote efficient energy management techniques in SMEs Promote technology transfer and low-cost measures for SMEs in priority sectors; 7.Maintenance in Public Works – Water Distribution (2009 – 2010) Promotion of better infrastructure maintenance through the involvement of SMEs Improvement of water distribution through reduction of water loss 8.Competitive Enhancement Programme (2006 – 2009) Enable SMEs to implement sound management practices 9.Cereals Programme (2009 – 2010) Reinforce the competitiveness of existing and new SMEs involved in processing of cereals Promote value-addition of cereals and import substitution in selected target countries
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