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Business for Shared Prosperity

The DaNa Facility is one of six components of DFID’s wider ‘Business for Shared Prosperity’ (BSP) programme and as part of its work the DaNa Facility acts as the Secretariat for Business For Shared Prosperity programme.

 

You can find out more about the work of the BSP and download  BSP Annual Reports are available here.

 

BSP Annual Report 2016-17

 

BSP Annual Report 2017-18

 

First BSP Quarterly Bulletin

 

Second BSP Quarterly Bulletin

Projects Briefing Documents

The DaNa Facility has a range of programmes and projects throughout the country. A selection of two pagers for key projects are available here.

 

The DaNa Facility (ENG)

 

The DaNa Facility (MM)

 

Business for Shared Prosperity

 

The Financial Sector Development Programme

 

The Leprosy Mission Myanmar

Reports

 

Inclusive Business in Myanmar: An Agenda to Catalyse Social Impact

 

This report is an assessment of Inclusive Business in Myanmar and offers an opportunity for businesses, investors, NGOs and the government to examine the transformational potential of Inclusive Business in the country and starts to map a way forward to a more inclusive and sustainable business environment in Myanmar.

 

Inclusive Business in Myanmar

Investment Promotion and Facilitation Handbook

 

This handbook aims to empower the capacity of investment related agencies to become more investor-friendly and to ensure the continuous improvement of an investment environment in Myanmar.

 

The original version of the book is the “Handbook on Policies, Promotion and Facilitation of Foreign Direct Investment for Sustainable Development in Asia and the Pacific” written by UNESCAP.

 

Investment Promotion and Facilitation Handbook

Respectful Workplaces

 

Exploring the costs of bullying and sexual harasment to businesses in Myanmar.

 

IFC and the DaNa Facility commissioned a study of businesses in Myanmar to identify common disrespecful behaviors and provide practical recommendations for how businesses can create respectful workplaces.

 

The report offers business leaders an opportunity to understand the experiences of employees relating to bullying and sexual harassment in Myanmar workplaces. It provides a set of practical recommendations, targeting business leaders, human resource managers, employees and other interested parties to create workplaces that are safe and free from bullying and sexual harassment.

 

Respecful Workplaces

 

Related Documents

Myanmar Summary

Factsheet in Burmese

Factsheet in English

Success Stories and Case Studies