In the competition for the best business case of a PPP investing in a less developed country, two out of five nominated Dutch-funded PPPs have been co-designed and are co facilitated by the Centre for Development Innovation, Wageningen UR.
The private sector teaming up with the public sector is increasingly regarded as a “best of both worlds” option to solve complex development problems in the world, also in the less developed countries. Many of these Public Private Partnerships have developed over time in different areas from agriculture to finance.
Five Dutch-funded PPPs have been nominated as the “best”, “most innovative”, “most effective”. Two out of five have been co-designed and are co-facilitated by the Centre for Development Innovation, Wageningen UR (CDI): the “Netherlands-Kenya Potato platform”, and the “Sugar, make it work” initiative in Rwanda.
Voting for any of the five can be done until the 18th of November.
Whoever wins, we as CDI are proud already.