What does CAPRED mean for Cambodia – and for you?
Find out at our Breakfast Chat on August 16.
CAPRED is Australia's flagship economic development program in Cambodia. Designed in collaboration with the Royal Cambodian Government and the private sector, its goal is to help Cambodia achieve resilient, sustainable and inclusive economic growth.
Officially known as the Cambodian Australian Partnership for Resilient Economic Development, CAPRED has three primary fields of focus: Agriculture and agro-processing, infrastructure services and trade, investment and enterprise development. Gender equality, disability and social inclusion as well as climate adaption and mitigation are integrated into all of its activities.
They are laser-focused on water, energy, and logistics infrastructure – especially for women-led enterprises and marginalised groups. And, they promote high value-added agriculture, help build a resilient clean energy sector and unlock green trade and investment.
What does all of this mean for business in Cambodia?
Paul Keogh, the head of CAPRED, will join us for a Breakfast Chat on 16 August to discuss the program and potential opportunities for the private sector. He will be joined by James Brew, who will provide an update on the Government-Private Sector Dialogue he has undertaken.
Hope to see you there. Be sure to reserve your place in the registration link.
Wednesday, 16 August
7:30 – 9:00 am
TRIBE Hotel, Studio Room
NOTE: Breakfast will be served between 7:30 and 7:40. The program will begin at 7:45.
TRIBE Phnom Penh
Phnom Penh, Cambodia