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Whether the aim is to provide training for local employees, promote the use of climate-friendly technologies or improve social standards at production facilities – the objectives of private enterprises and actors involved in development cooperation often overlap.

 

develoPPP.de was set up by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) to foster the involvement of the private sector at the point where business opportunities and development policy initiatives intersect.

 

What development partnerships with the private sector can achieve locally and what positive impact these projects have on people's lives is shown in the film "Joint steps - Larger steps."

 

 

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With its develoPPP.de programme, Germany's Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) helps drive forward your company’s innovative projects in developing countries and emerging markets while generating long-term benefits for the local population. DEG, GIZ and sequa assist you to plan, finance and roll out your activities in partner countries, enabling you to make sustainable international business commitments and tap into new markets while helping to improve the lives of local people.
 

DEG, GIZ and sequa have initiated more than 1,500 development partnerships in the framework of develoPPP.de since 1999. 'Facts and figures' gives an overview over their regional and sectoral distribution.

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With its develoPPP.de programme, Germany's Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) helps drive forward your company’s innovative projects in developing countries and emerging markets while generating long-term benefits for the local population. DEG, GIZ and sequa assist you to plan, finance and roll out your activities in partner countries, enabling you to make...

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Without the involvement of the private sector there can be no sustainable development. develoPPP.de pools public and private resources with the objective of bringing sustainable improvements to the living conditions of people in developing and emerging countries – particularly in areas where the need for action is greatest.