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April series: What’s new in inclusive agribusiness?

This month Seas of Change have teamed up with the Practitioner Hub for Inclusive Business to curate a series on…

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PPP with impact for Bangladeshi farmers

This post is based on a news item by Deb Carstoiu which was posted on DEVEX on March 30th, 2017. The…

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Webinar: Social Impact Bonds – Addressing Gaps to Solving Social Issues

The webinar, organised by the World Bank Group will explore social impact bonds as a potential model that addresses weaknesses…

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Lunch Session: discussing the role of the public P, with the public P

On March 9th, PPPLab organized a second lunch lecture together with Marc Mazairac (Min. Foreign Affairs) for different departments of…

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Editorial by PPPLab’s Marije Balt: best way to work effectively with the public P?

What is the best way to work effectively with public partners in a public private partnership? The PPPLab team of…

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Plan International: Why collaboration will be key to achieving the SDGs

This post is based on a news item by Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen CEO, Plan International posted on World Economic Forum on January…

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Welcome to PPPCafé on 6th of April

How to work effectively with the Public P in PPPs in developing countries such as Kenya and Ghana? What are…

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Overwhelming interest in the Sustainable Water Fund

According to RVO, The Netherlands Enterprise Agency, the year 2017 couldn’t have had a more exciting start . Now that…

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New magazine on Innovations in Finance including partnerships

The Netherlands-African Business Council (NABC) has recently published a magazine on Innovation in Finance in relation to the 2016 Africa…

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A whole day on ‘Making PPPs work’

On 1 December, we as PPPLab organised a whole day on ‘Making PPPs work’ at the New World Campus in…

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Working effectively with public partners in a PPP? The cases of Ghana and Kenya

Workshop session report by Marije Balt Achieving sustainable results in promoting food security and water & sanitation requires working effectively…

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PPPs at Africa Works conference: from “valley of death” to financing scaling

A good financing strategy is indispensable for any public private partnership to get through the so-called Valley of Death and…

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