Why the public, private and third sectors need to work together

09 Sep 2014

Maida Mushimiyimana | Mobile Phone Charging | Duteranink Unga, Rwanda. Man and woman sitting at a table with two batteries, electrical sockets and phone chargers.

Maida Mushimiyimana | Mobile Phone Charging | Duteranink Unga, Rwanda

In a recent article for Bond’s Networker magazine Josefine Lindange, CEO Hand in Hand International, explains how, to be effective in the fight against poverty, we must work together.

“There is now a growing recognition that development cannot take place without jobs…However, job creation is a complex task and in order to meet that challenge we need to simplify and unify our approach – cut across boundaries and vested interests to bring together the resources available to focus on job creation. What does this mean for the key stakeholders – private sector, governments, and NGOs? “

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