By Sami Zaptia.
London, 31 December 2020:
USAID organized three training workshops, each of 3 days duration, to build the capacity of representatives of the public and private sectors in Libya in facilitating positive dialogue.
This comes as part of its Libya Public Fund Management Project (Empowerment) project to support private sector growth efforts aimed at reducing the state’s dependence on oil revenues and encouraging job creation.
This aims to enhance fruitful discussions and encourage reforms that could improve the business enabling environment in Libya.
USAID reported that after completing the training, the facilitators will in turn host focus groups that aim to develop recommendations for a joint public-private sector strategy to address the challenges hindering business development and commercial competitiveness in Libya.