Plateforme Humanitaire du Secteur Privé de Côte d’Ivoire (PHSP Côte d’Ivoire)
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Launched in 2017, the Plateforme Humanitaire du Secteur Privé (PHSP) or Private Sector Humanitarian Platform in Côte d’Ivoire brings together private sector entities to engage in humanitarian action in a strategic and coordinated manner. Housed under the General Confederation of Businesses of Côte d'Ivoire (Confédération Générale des Entreprises de Côte d'Ivoire - Patronat ivoirien, CGECI), the platform works closely with the Ministry of Solidarity, Social Cohesion and Compensation for victims (MSCSIV)) and the Ministry of the Budget, the United Nations system and the Côte d'Ivoire Red Cross. PHSP Côte d’Ivoire aims to improve the understanding between the private sector, national and local authorities and aid organizations. It also raises awareness about disaster risk reduction, emergency preparedness, response and recovery, and promotes sustainable partnerships between the private sector and humanitarian and development actors.
Since its inception, PSHP Côte d’Ivoire has:
Collected and distributed private sector contributions in response to floods and the COVID-19 pandemic
Raised awareness about the role of the private sector in disaster management
Disseminated situational updates and information on preparedness measures
Provided capacity building support on business continuity planning and SME resilience
In the context of COVID-19, PHSP Côte d’Ivoire raised awareness of mitigation measures and collected health kits and other donations from the private sector. The platform also analyzed the impact of the pandemic on Ivorian companies, set up a call center to provide information and guidance to private sector organizations and supported them with business continuity planning.
To learn more about the network, please go to the CGECI's website.
Cover photo: COVID-19 call centre supported by PSHP