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Donor Activity Per Country

The Private Sector Development Donor Matrices (DMX) identifies and assesses PSD strategies and projects within countries. It identifies gaps or omissions in existing PSD frameworks and captures in detail the purpose of donor funded past and present programs. The aim is to reduce duplication, inefficiencies, and fragmentation by maximizing the use of donor resources, improving coordination and promoting strategic partnerships.

Donor Matrix – Antigua and Barbuda (2013, Updated 2015)

Antigua and Barbuda demonstrates a number of strengths in relation to the potential for growth in the private sector; however, there are also a number of issues which could threaten to derail any future growth in the private sector. Although the overdepen...

Donor Matrix – Barbados (2013, Updated 2015)

Even though Barbados has graduated from developing country status, the donor community still plays an import role in relation to private sector development in Barbados. In recent years donors have directly supported private sector development via a mixtur...

Donor Matrix – Dominica (2013)

Main donors to Dominica include: The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), The European Union’s European Development Funding (EDF) program, The Department for International Development (DFID), The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD)...

Donor Matrix – Grenada (2013)

In relation to the nature of projects funded, the majority of active projects are focussed on Business Support, Finance (access to finance), the Business Environment in general or a combination of these objectives. For projects focussed on these objective...

Donor Matrix – Guyana (2014)

Guyana has many public and private institutions that directly or indirectly focus on the expansion of private sector activities. The country, compared to other countries in the region, has a welldeveloped framework for growth and development that has been...

Donor Matrix – OECS (2013)

The current activities by Compete Caribbean as an approach to improve donor coordination and the Caribbean Growth Forum (CGF) initiative are two examples that other donor agencies not currently participating would do well to emulate. In areas of congruen...

Donor Matrix – Saint Kitts and Nevis (2013)

In relation to the nature of projects funded, the majority of active projects are focussed on the Business Support, Finance (access to finance), the Business Environment in general or a combination of these objectives. For projects focussed on these obje...

Donor Matrix – Saint Lucia (2013)

Like most developing economies, particularly Small Island Developing States, St. Lucia requires developmental assistance from donors and international entities. Key donors and international entities include the Caribbean Development Bank, Compete Caribbe...

Donor Matrix – Saint Vincent and the Grenadines (2013)

Main donors to St. Vincent and the Grenadines include: The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB), The European Union’s European Development Funding (EDF) program, The Department for International Development (DFID), The International Bank for Reconstruction ...

Bahamas Donor Matrix Report (Dec 2012)

The Private Sector Development Donor Matrix for the Bahamas, sponsored by Compete Caribbean, is intended to be a comprehensive tool to identify, assess and monitor Private Sector Development (PSD) strategies and projects within the country. The aim is to ...