Micro-Learning Nuggets Newsletter No. 1
PPDP = Public Private “D” Partnerships
What does the “D” stand for?
Public Private Development Partnerships (PPDPs) differ from traditional Public Private Partnerships as they include development goals such as poverty reduction as a part of their design. PPDPs are used in areas where poverty reduction cannot be achieved by separating private actors, the public sector and development agencies, and where all these actors share a common goal.
Do you have a few minutes to learn more about PPDPs?
Watch our animated explainer video: What is Public Private Development Partnership?
- Read our concise 2-paragraph description on the LKDF website. (30 seconds)
- Read more about the Benefits of PPDPs – both stakeholder benefits and wider social benefits. (2:00 mins)
- Want an example of a PPDP? Watch this video about our Ethiopia PPDP: Supporting Skills Development and Youth Employment in Ethiopia (5:00 mins)
- Read our Public Private Development Partnerships Partner’s Guide – 3 Steps for Partners in 4 easy-to-read pages! (15:00 mins)