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Improving the “return on investment” in partnerships

Blogpost by Joost Guijt Partnerships can be good ‘value for money’: combining resources, networks and competencies makes it possible to…

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In the office or under the trees? The reality of working with public partners in Northern Ghana

Blogpost by Marije Balt How to effectively work with public partners in a public private partnership (PPP)? An interesting case…

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WEBINAR: can they solve the scaling challenge for inclusive business?

Wouldn’t it be great if we could crack the question of how to scale inclusive business? In this webinar organised…

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The transition from ‘selling a solution’ to achieve real systemic change

Blogpost by Floortje Jacobs The concept of “scaling” or “scaling up” is increasingly popular in international development efforts, as it…

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Join us @Africa Works 10 November

How to finance a PPP? On the 10th of November, PPPLab is organising one of the key workshop at the…

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Max Havelaar lecture 2016: Business and Inclusive Development

The ninth Max Havelaar Lecture will be a full day event; giving room to expert workshops, key note speakers, panels…

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Kenya Water Week

The theme of the Conference is: From Aid to Trade: Enhancing Business Partnerships & Innovation for Sustainable Water and Sanitation…

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Presentation of study: Inclusiveness in Public – Private Partnerships

PBL has together with Wageningen University researchers conducted two studies on inclusiveness in Public – Private Partnerships. This first study…

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PPPLab in Action in Nairobi

Kenya RAPID is a five-year development program of the Millennium Water Alliance bringing together public and private institutions and communities…

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Editorial by PPPLab’s Joost Guijt: Learning from peers: opportunity or cost?

Its always a pleasure to enjoy the view from on high. Looking out of the window of an airplane as…

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Interviews

Interview with Flip van Koesveld: “More is not always merrier”

Wageningen University – Applied Plant Research is since 2012 the knowledge partner of the partnership called SEVIA in Tanzania. SEVIA…

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Interview: Why bother with partnership brokers and partnering tools?

Given the nature and depth of the global challenges we face you probably do not have to convince anyone anymore…

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