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PPPLab Day: Re-thinking risk to finance boundary-pushing PPPs

A full-house for the session on financing PPPs as it promised to “show the money!”. But of course, all participants…

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Do’s and don’ts of working with governments in Africa

By Marije Balt, Partnerships Resource Centre To work with governments in order to achieve transformational change is a generally agreed…

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Business as usual? Partnering with governments in Africa (the Broker)

PPPLab’s Stella Pfisterer and Marije Balt discuss the realities and benefits of strong partnership with in-country governments in PPPs in…

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8 NGOs assess themselves against 12 success factors for inclusive business

Blog by Nelleke van der Vleuten, BoP Innovation Center ‘An eyeopener’. ‘We need to do this again after one year’. ‘Let’s…

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The same but different? Donor approaches towards food security PPPs

Public-private partnerships (PPPs) have become a promising approach for donor agencies to address pressing development challenges, such as food security….

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Supporting good governance through PPPs for transformational change

“What is the potential and place of public-private partnerships (PPPs) to catalyse transformative change in the agriculture and food sector…

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PPPLab Roundtable with water & sanitation experts

The Dutch water sector has strong expertise to offer that can contribute to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals through diverse…

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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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