The Partnering Initiative and the World Association of Public Private Partnerships publish new report on Public-Private-Philanthropy partnerships (PPPPs)
The Partnering Initiative (TPI) and the World Association of Public Private Partnerships (WAPPP) have published “Systems Change Activation: Empowering philanthropy’s catalytic role in transformational PPPPs“, a new report seeking to provide knowledge and insights to philanthropy on working in Public-Private-Philanthropy partnerships (PPPPs).
The report sets out to make sense of the landscape of PPPPs, illuminate good practices from examples of effective structures, models and approaches and inspire and motivate more PPPPs to be developed. The findings are based on extensive research on 46 examples of PPPPs with additional context added from TPI’s experience of studying and supporting multi-stakeholder partnerships for 20 years.
Philea, together with other regional philanthropy networks, contributed in an advisory capacity to the report.