The new Investor’s Guide aims to help German, European and African companies to better understand the Ivorian market and to properly utilize the country’s various investment support mechanisms.
One of West Africa’s most dynamic economies, Côte d‘Ivoire, has been showing sustained socio-economic development for years and investors have been flocking to the country. The work of the Ivorian government in support of the private sector has restored a good level of confidence in the continuation of the country's socio-economic development and has encouraged many investors to open their offices and production facilities in Côte d'Ivoire. Still, more private sector investments are needed to create urgently needed jobs, especially for young people, in the country.
With the ‘Programme on Employment and Promotion of SMEs’ in Côte d'Ivoire, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für International Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH supports investment activities that have a high impact on employment in the country. The Programme is part of Invest for Jobs and engages closely with the private sector, in order to accompany corporate involvement with measures that contribute sustainably to socio-economic development through jobs and training opportunities.
To accompany the engagement of Ivorian and European investors in Côte d’Ivoire, the GIZ programme “Global Business Network” together with Invest for Jobs have been working on facilitating access to information on the business environment as well as on specific economic sectors that represent potential investment opportunities.
For this purpose the programmes have designed the “Investors’ Guide – Invest in Côte d’Ivoire”. It is a compilation of information and contacts, meant to:
If you would like to access the printed version of the guide, please contact the project team: email@example.com
The consortium around the company Eranove successfully applied for a grant by the Facility Investing for Employment. The Facility is part of Invest for Jobs. On 26 January 2023, the grant contract for 5.17 million euros was signed in Abidjan. In three years, 14,000 people will attend the various training courses offered by the academy and more than 1,100 jobs are expected to be created.
Since its launch in June 2022, the Soft Landing initiative of Invest for Jobs in Tunisia has facilitated the arrival of 10 European and African IT companies in the country. In return, the companies committed to create over 100 high-quality tech jobs for Tunisians.
To implement BMZ’s development-policy priority areas in the 20th legislative period and to address changing global challenges, the Special Initiative on Training and Job Creation will have a new name and focus. As of January 2023, it will be called Special Initiative "Decent Work for a Just Transition".
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