Since its first democratic elections in 1994, the Government of Mozambique has pursued an intensive program of reconstruction and reform with support from international donors. The result: high average growth rates and a decline in absolute poverty. Yet poverty remains widespread and the private sector struggles in an environment that inhibits trade, investment, formalization, and job creation. To accelerate trade and investment reform—especially for agriculture, tourism, and access to finance—Nathan Associates and partner DAI are implementing the USAID-funded Support Program for Economic and Enterprise Development (SPEED) Program. We are working with the government and the private sector to strengthen private sector participation in policymaking and to prioritize, build consensus on, adopt, and implement reforms.