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PPPLab Newsletter #11 - April 2018

Partnering with Governments: New animation online
Take a look at our new animation which highlights the vital roles governments can play in partnerships, as well as informing on designing a partnership which capitalises on the motivations of government, while overcoming prevailing partnering challenges in complex contexts

View the animation and other resources here
Strengthening PPP strategies with cutting-edge process tools
PPPs encounter many challenges in the development and implementation of their strategies. PPPLab are working to develop tools to support overcoming these challenges.

On May 17th, join us to hear what various PPPs have learned from working with us to develop tools that support sharpening scaling strategies, designing strategies to engage governments and navigating and selecting suitable financial options.

As always the Café will give space to hear from you how your PPP could benefit from tools we are developing and provide an opportunity to mingle with peers and their experiences. If you would like to be involved in testing and shaping tools, please reach out to us!

Register for the PPP Café on May 17
Get involved in testing and shaping tools for your PPP

Scaling business cases and testing PPPLab's Scaling Scan with HortIMPACT, Kenya 
PPPLab's Floortje Peters (SNV) applies the Scaling Scan to HortIMPACT, a project which is constructing inclusive business cases that stimulate change and address systemic challenges in the Kenyan horticulture sector. Read on to see how the process helped to focus in on solutions to challenges including access to finance, weak value chain linkages and insufficient public sector engagement.

Read the blog here

Engaging governments on the SDGs for the next generation
PPPLab's Marije Balt (PRC) looks at the case of sanitation in Busia, Kenya. Here, a partnership's efforts to align with  government priorities, thus enabling their political mandate to be strengthened, was key in securing the access and support needed to deliver longer term, more sustainable benefits for youth.

Read the blog here

UNICEF-WASH & PPPLab launch e-learning modules introducing key PPP topics
Based on PPPLab's Insight Series, these e-learning modules present sharp introductions to key concepts of PPP thinking. The content is based on our research and linkage with multiple PPPs, with complimentary content from UNICEF-WASH and UNICEF's e-learning dept. Each module takes about an hour to complete and contains video, cases, interactive sections and supporting resources, making the modules suitable for deployment in projects and training alike. 

Access the modules
Access PPPLab's Insight Series and other publications


PPPs for transformational change: Looking back on PPPLab day
On November 30th, over 70 professionals engaged in food & water PPPs came together to reflect on the contribution of their PPPs to transformational change and to discover insights to help strengthen our collective efforts. Various blog pieces have been written on the sessions from the day. Check them out below:


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