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Overcoming Collaboration Barriers

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While difficult, complicated and sometimes discouraged, public-private partnership is a viable strategy for addressing complex social needs like affordable housing. Qualitative research to study such collaborations revealed four common obstacles: funding, partner, community, and/or government barriers. Unlike their less successful counterparts, leaders of successful public-private partnerships exhibit heightened emotional and social competencies, take actions for creating a better future, remain mission focused, and continuously redesign collaborations to meet ongoing challenges.
Uploaded by jennifermadden on 08/11/2011
Digital publication details: 6 pages.

Public-Private Partnerships for a Centralized Waste Disposal Treatment Plant in Eastern Uganda

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Public-private partnerships are collaborative endeavors that combine resources from both the public and private sectors to achieve targeted goals. The public-private partnership model can be applied to find and implement efficient and sustainable approaches to solving health care waste management challenges in Uganda.
Uploaded by aidstar-one on 08/27/2012
Digital publication details: 3 pages.

Agricultural Innovation Systems: Part 1

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Managing the ability of agriculture to meet rising global demand and to respond to the changes and opportunities will require good policy, sustained investments, and innovation - not business as usual. Investments in public Research and Development, extension, education, and their links with one another have elicited high returns and pro-poor growth, but these investments alone will not elicit innovation at the pace or on the scale required by the intensifying and proliferating challenges confronting agriculture. Experience indicates that aside from a strong capacity in Research and Development, the ability to innovate is often related to collective action, coordination, the exchange of knowledge among diverse actors, the incentives and resources available to form partnerships and develop businesses.
Uploaded by world.bank.publications on 02/26/2012
Digital publication details: 470 pages.

Developing Public Private Partnerships in Liberia

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Liberia is making great strides to recover from its recent era of conflict and reestablish itself as a global competitor. Central to Liberia’s economic growth is its rich endowment of natural resource such as iron ore and rubber. Liberia’s natural resources have defined, in large part, the country’s engagement with the private sector. However, the Government of Liberia is now exploring new ways to partner with the private sector with the objective of growing the economy. One method is by developing public-private partnerships (PPPs) in core infrastructure and social services. This Study examines Liberia’s experience with PPPs to date, as well as its experience with natural resource concessions, and builds on the lessons learned to map out a way forward.
Uploaded by world.bank.publications on 02/03/2012
Digital publication details: 90 pages.

Agricultural Innovation Systems: Part 2

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Managing the ability of agriculture to meet rising global demand and to respond to the changes and opportunities will require good policy, sustained investments, and innovation - not business as usual. Investments in public Research and Development, extension, education, and their links with one another have elicited high returns and pro-poor growth, but these investments alone will not elicit innovation at the pace or on the scale required by the intensifying and proliferating challenges confronting agriculture. Experience indicates that aside from a strong capacity in Research and Development, the ability to innovate is often related to collective action, coordination, the exchange of knowledge among diverse actors, the incentives and resources available to form partnerships and develop businesses.
Uploaded by world.bank.publications on 02/26/2012
Digital publication details: 215 pages.

Emerging Evidence on Vouchers and Faith-Based Providers in Education

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While public-private partnerships in education in the United States have received a lot of attention, research on such partnerships elsewhere has been limited—even though such partnerships have been steadily gaining prominence, particularly in developing countries. Aiming to fill this gap, this book presents fresh, technically sound empirical evidence on the effectiveness and cost of various public-private education partnerships from around the world, including voucher programs and faith-based schools.
Uploaded by world.bank.publications on 06/15/2009
Digital publication details: 212 pages.

Contract Renegotiations: An Analysis of Road Concessions in Chile, Colombia, Peru

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Effective private involvement in transport infrastructure is essential to boost economic growth. Public-private partnerships to build infrastructure projects have potential benefits in terms of lower costs and higher quality, as they draw from private sector expertise and create competition for the field. This paper studies the renegotiations of road concessions in Chile, Colombia and Peru for the period 1993-2010.
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Digital publication details: 45 pages.

Output-Based Aid: Lessons Learned and Best Practices

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Developing country governments and the development aid community are acutely aware of the need to find more effective ways to improve basic living conditions for the poor, as traditional approaches of delivering public support have not always led to the results intended. 'Results-based financing' (RBF) instruments, which tie the disbursement of public funding to the achievement of pre-agreed results, are now recognized as one important piece of the aid delivery puzzle. The aim of these instruments is to enhance the effectiveness of public funding.
Uploaded by world.bank.publications on 03/23/2010
Digital publication details: 196 pages.

The Naval Leader April Issue

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The Naval Leader is published and circulated monthly by the CNLE for Philippine Navy-wide distribution. Please e-mail your opinions/comments or suggestions and contributions to us at— [email protected] [email protected]
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Digital publication details: 2 pages.

Partnerships with the Private Sector in Health: Strengthening Health Systems in Developing Countries

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The final report of a CGD working group to design a practical way for donors and technical agencies to support successful public-private partnerships to benefit developing-country health systems, with a focus on the design of a Private Sector Advisory Facility.
Uploaded by cgdpubs on 12/03/2009
Digital publication details: 62 pages.
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