Public Private Partnership

Date: August 15, 2018 | Haggar Group

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development recognizes Partnerships, SDG 17, as an important catalyst for achieving sustainable growth and development. It is thus indispensable that partnerships amongst governments, donors, the United Nation Organizations, the private sector and civil society alike are created to enhance the effectiveness of their individual development efforts.

With Sudan’s transition from humanitarian to development aid, and the replacement of the donor-recipient relationships of the past by interdependent partnerships in development processes, a change in the mindset is required from all development actors. If implemented correctly, this leads to the effectiveness of development efforts exerted by all avoiding duplication and ensuring a conducive environment is availed.

Maximizing private sector contributions to development requires an effective engagement between the public and private sectors. Good public-private dialogue is recognized as a precondition for enhanced collaboration between the two actors.

The forum addressed Public Private Partnerships from a government perspective, the regulatory issues hindering PPP implementations, as well as the link between South-South cooperation and PPPs.

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