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Center for International Private Enterprise

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Center for International Private Enterprise is a international development organization based in Washington, DC that was founded in 1985. As of 2019 they had $26 million in revenue and $4.1 million in assets.

Cipe has been working for over three decades at the intersection of democratic and market reforms. Cipe programs build the foundations of democratic market systems and create opportunities for citizens from many walks of life. The organization produce...

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Program areas at Center for International Private Enterprise

Business advocacy: cipe works to empower the Private sector to actively participate in the democratic process through partnerships with local business associations, chambers of commerce, and think tanks. Cipe programs equip these partners to advocate economic reform and engage in policy dialogue with the government. - global: cipe continues its groundbreaking initiatives in countries where women face daunting obstacles to economic participation. Building upon the success of its women's business resources Center in papua new guinea, which has trained more than 1000 women, cipe plans to introduce a similar program in afghanistan. Simultaneously, cipe's barb langley has kicked off a global training series on key business topics with the cambodia women's chamber of commerce and a cadre of bush institute fellows from nine middle eastern countries. Langley also hosted a panel discussion on women's political power at the recent u.s. chamber of commerce foundation International women's day forum in Washington, ...

Anti-corruption and ethics: systemic corruption erodes the legitimacy of laws and political leadership and makes a flourishing economy impossible. Cipe and its partners combat corruption by improving integrity standards, advocating policies that limit opportunities for corruption, and designing institutional reforms that level the playing field. - kenya: kenya faces increasing International pressure to crack down on corruption, which is regarded as the biggest obstacle for investors and economic growth in this east african country. Corruption impacts more than 85% of kenyan businesses, costing the country more than six billion us dollars annually, according to new studies by cipe and the kenya Private sector alliance (kepsa). To help keep the spotlight on this problem, cipe, kepsa, and kenya's national chamber of commerce & industry will host the africa business ethics conference in late june in nairobi. This forum will focus upon the linkage between improved ethics and increased profitability and will ...

Democratic governance: democratic governance, or giving citizens a say in how decisions are made, is fundamental to ensuring that democracy delivers for all of society. Strong democratic governance is characterized by transparency and accountability in both the public and Private sectors. Cipe's democratic governance programs promote open, informed public decision-making and principled corporate governance.- ukraine: political newcomer and one-time comedian volodymyr zelenskiy is now president of ukraine, and his landslide victory with over 70% of the vote provides new opportunities for the country's business community and cipe. Zelenskiy was the only candidate to back a ten-point economic plan proposed by a cipe-supported coalition of more than 70 associations representing 35,000 people. On his first day in office in late may, zelenskiy moved to disband parliament and called for summer elections and there's no doubt that plans to repair the country's ailing economy will again be a key issue for voters. ...

Form 990s for Center for International Private Enterprise

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2019-09Aug 25, 2020990View PDF
2018-09Jun 19, 2019990View PDF
2017-09Oct 16, 2018990View PDF
2016-09Aug 17, 2017990View PDF
2015-09Jul 27, 2016990View PDF
...and five more Form 990 PDFs

Financials for Center for International Private Enterprise

Total grants, contributions, etc.$26,534,064
Program services$0
Investment income and dividends$1,462
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$0
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$0
Total revenues$26,535,526

Vendors for Center for International Private Enterprise

VendorServicesAmount paidDate
Gelman Rosenberg and FreedmanTax accounting; Audit accounting2020-08-25
███████ ███ ████Fundraising software; Payment processing2020-06-25
█████████Content management system software2020-06-25
█████████Marketing software2020-06-25
███ ████████ ██████Consulting It$133,1202019-09-01
███████ ████████ █████████Consulting Research$119,4312019-09-01
████████ ██████████Consulting$131,0252019-09-01

Personnel at Center for International Private Enterprise

NameTitleCompensationMost recent data
Abdulwahab AlkebsiManaging Director , Programs$204,549May 30, 2020
Andrew WilsonExecutive Director$245,574May 30, 2020
██████ ████Managing Director , Planning and Human Resources / Director , Program Coordination Unit-May 30, 2020
██████ █ ██████Managing Director , Operations / Deputy Director Operations$251,275Sept. 30, 2018
███████ ██████ █████Managing Director , Operations / Managing Director Operations-May 30, 2020
███ ██████Communications Director-May 30, 2020
███████ ██████Communications Director / Communication Director$157,381Sept. 30, 2018
█████ █████████Congressional and Government Relations Director / Dir , Congressional and Gov Relations$156,291May 30, 2020
████ █████████Director of Development and Partnerships / Regional Director , Eastern Europe , Eurasia and South Asia-May 30, 2020
██████ ████████Program Director, Asia-July 17, 2019
...and 22 more key personnel

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