PPP for Energy Efficiency in Favelas: A Success Story from Brazil

By |2019-07-18T09:30:43+02:00July 18th 2019|energy & waste, , , , |

Access to energy is considered a key factor in development and progress. Especially in informal settlements, provision of energy can be challenging. Alessandro Galimberti outlines how Public Private Partnerships that include local CSOs have been key to solving this problem in many of Brazil's favelas.

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Governance and accountability – building partnerships with the urban poor

By |2017-10-14T16:27:18+02:00July 21st 2016|governance & finance, green & smart development, , , , , |

In the international context, public private partnerships are gaining more and more relevance. To avoid leaving the urban poor behind in these processes, many Asian cities have established community driven partnerships to promote inclusiveness.

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