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PPPLab and the F&BKP

The F&BKP provides food security-related input to the PPPLab’s work, which consists of enhancing the importance, efficiency and quality of Dutch supported public-private partnerships.

About PPPLab

The PPPLab is a four-year action research and joint learning & support initiative (2014-2018) to learn about the relevance, effectiveness and quality of Dutch supported public-private partnerships (PPPs). Its mission is to extract and co-create knowledge and methodological lessons from and on PPPs that can be used to improve both implementation and policy.

At present the PPPLab is focusing on partnerships funded in the first rounds of the Sustainable Water Fund (FDW) and the Facility for Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Food Security (FDOV). The knowledge that the PPPLab will generate, will also be of interest to new applicants of future calls and new facilities.

For more information, please visit the PPPLab website.

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