Private sector keen to partner with CSOs in developmental issues

In a bid to ensure realization of the newly enacted Strategic Development Goals (SGDs), the Private Sector in Tanzania has shown keen interest in partnering with the Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) for the attainment of meaningful results.

Speaking at the 13th CSOs Annual Forum organised by the Foundation for Civil Society (FCS) in Dar es Salaam towards end of last year, chairman of the East African Business Council, Mr. Felix Mosha said the two arms are left with no options other than seeking solid partnership to enable Tanzania realize the global development targets.

He said: “Implementation of the SDGs needs the private sector, government and the CSOs as a tripartite coalition.”

Based on his wealth of experience in the private sector, he however concluded that CSOs and the private sector do not have any option other that forging a strong partnership to be able to realise the SDGs agenda.

Mr. Mosha made the remarks at the two-day CSOs annual forum that had brought together over 250 representatives from the CSO sector, scholars, government, development partners, and other members from the private sector from around the country to share and exchange experiences and ideas around “The Role of CSOs in effective implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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