Green and Inclusive Business Toolbox - Promoting Green and Inclusive Business Models in Development Cooperation Programmes
The international community is focusing ever-greater attention on green and inclusive business (GIB) models. But, while their relevance for solving social and environmental solutions is increasingly accepted, the question of how to support GIB models in development cooperation programmes is less clear. This Green and Inclusive Business Toolbox attempts to provide some options to tackle this issue.
Developed by two sector projects, Innovative Approaches for Private Sector Development and Private Sector Cooperation/Responsible Business for Development, on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), and updated in collaboration with the Responsible and Inclusive Business Hubs (RIBHs), the Green and Inclusive Business Toolbox aims to provide planning officers, project leaders and staff involved in private sector development and other sector projects with a set of tried-and-tested tools that can be used to integrate a GIB perspective and GIB models into existing or future German development cooperation programmes.