I’d like to add something to what the private sector can do. It has the capacity to see the big picture, to identify the problem clearly. It can raise awareness, but one more step is needed to make a difference; it needs to invest, to facilitate cooperation, and to engage with the government, which is not an easy thing to do, I admit. Take our project on education and gender equality at Sabancı University. We’ve been struggling to communicate with the Ministry of Education about this project, and it’s so tiny. I think the private sector would be more successful in communicating and even interacting with the government, since it has diverse ways of interacting with it. That’s why the private sector could focus on improving public goods and services rather than trying to produce them itself.