29 Jun Desk review on Private Sector Engagement in the Uganda Refugee Response
Patterns and Potential of Private Sector Engagement in Strengthening Refugee Livelihoods and Resilience
Desk review for the Uganda refugee response
As the need to integrate private sector actors in the Ugandan refugee response continues to grow, a number of key points shape the conversation on moving PSE forward in Uganda, especially;
- More cross-sectoral and equitable partnerships that take advantage of the varied experiences and skills that different actors bring.
- Need for broader information sharing on the opportunities, gaps, and success stories of PSE in refugee response.
- Flexible financing that incentivizes impact and de-risks new initiatives is also promoted as an enabler of PSE
- More stringent impact assessments of PSE activities
- Strengthening of an accountability mechanism that ensures ethical engagement.
This desk review collated the body of existing literature on refugee response PSE to create a widely available pool of knowledge that supports evidence-based decisions and practices in the Uganda refugee response.
It covers 17 reports from Uganda-based refugee response implementers or relevant to the Uganda context.
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