Blogs

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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News

PPP Café: Learning from Mid-Term Reviews of PPP Facilities: Oct 5th, The Hague

The Netherlands invests in public-private-partnerships (PPPs) as one of the ways of achieving development goals formulated in Dutch national policy.

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Explorations

Explorations 05: Working with the Public P

PPPLab interviewed the lead partners of 12 public private partnerships (PPPs) working in Kenya and Ghana. This exploration brief presents…

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Blogs

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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News

Experiences of Dutch PPPs in working with governments and public sectors

Blog by Marije Balt & Stella Pfisterer Suppose you are lead partner of a food security PPP in Kenya. You…

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News

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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News

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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Case Studies

Understanding the Public P: Insights from a PPP case of water management in North Ghana

What is the best way effectively work with public partners in a public–private partnership (PPP)? The partnership of IWAD Ghana…

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Case Studies

Understanding the Public P: Insights from an FDOV PPP in Kenya

This study is part of a research project by PPPLab on the role of the Public P in PPPs. This…

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Insight Series

Insight Series 05: Partnering with the Public-P

Public–private partnerships (PPP) consist of at least one public and one private actor. The private actor may be a for-profit…

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News

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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Blogs

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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