PSDI helps Pacific countries achieve sustainable and inclusive economic growth by improving their business environments.
Reforms supported by PSDI reduce constraints to doing business, incentivize entrepreneurship and investment, foster new business models, and remove barriers to women’s full participation in the economy. This allows the private sector to formalize and grow, which creates jobs, increases tax revenues, and helps lift people out of poverty.
PSDI competition law experts have hosted leadership training workshops for executive managers at the Independent Consumer and Competition Commission, PNG’s competition watchdog.
PSDI's tourism experts have led back-to-back Pacific Tourism Organisation webinars on resuming tourism in the post-COVID-19 era.
PSDI and the Securities Commission of Papua New Guinea (SCPNG) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to foster capital market development and improve inclusive access to finance for PNG businesses.
Almost 30 government, business, and civil society representatives in the Cook Islands have gathered to discuss the findings of PSDI's Leadership Matters study on women in Pacific business leadership.