Public Private Partnerships Contribution to Inclusive Green Growth 2014
Aidenvironment conducts in collaboration with Triple E Consultancy a study to assess the contribution of Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) to Inclusive Green Growth (IGG). Inclusive Green Growth is a concept that encompasses the sustainability (environmental friendliness) and the extent to which the project or program is inclusive, i.e. is able to reach base of the pyramid (BoP) households.
This study aims to provide insights in how to operationalize the concept and objectives of IGG through the mechanism of PPPs. Aidenvironment studies nine PPPs related to food security, water and energy to explore whether and how these partnerships contribute to both direct effects and indirect effects that contribute to IGG. Much attention is paid to the underlying factors, both within the PPP and from the partnership towards the outer context, that contribute to reaching the IGG effects. The study is conducted through desk research and in-depth interviews with local project partners.
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