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Public Private Partnership (PPP) Assistance

As of April 22, 2016 (Cambodia Office)

Public-Private Partnership Program

The cooperation between KOICA and private sector partners dates back to 1995 when the KOICA launched a program to support Civil Society Organizations (CSOs). Since then, KOICA has expanded and strengthened the scope of the cooperation by engaging with diverse development actors including not only CSOs but also universities, research institutes and businesses.

PPP in Development Cooperation

Since the 4th High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness (HLF-4) in 2011, which put a strong emphasis on the importance of inclusive partnerships, the development community has witnessed unprecedented participation by diverse stakeholder in development cooperation. In this context, KOICA has committed to establishing and operating a platform that facilitates communication and coordination among development partners across all sectors and areas.

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PPP and KOICA

Through Public Private Partnership, KOICA undertakes various development projects in partnership with diverse development actors such as CSOs, businesses and academia, to fight against poverty and promote better living standards for people in developing countries.

Through Public Private Partnership, KOICA undertakes various development projects in partnership with diverse development actors such as CSOs, businesses and academia, to fight against poverty and promote better living standards for people in developing countries.

Through the establishment of partnerships with the private sector, KOICA has shared a range of programs to provide grants to developing countries. The Global CSR Program allows the private sector to supplement a shortage in the ODA budget, while enhancing the efficiency of ODA projects through using the unique expertise and management skills of the private sector.

 Under this program, KOICA has supported projects that can potentially contribute to the socio-economic development of developing countries and the enhancement of local living conditions. The program also supports projects that are expected to contribute to the fulfillment of corporate social responsibility, while demonstrating high effectiveness and impact 

KOICA’s PPP Programs

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Types of PPP Programs

 [APP : Academy Partnership Program]

The APP harnesses the expertise and capabilities of development actors in academia including universities and research institutes to strengthen partner countries’ capacity for development planning and higher education in order to achieve self-sustainable development.

 – RUPP Research and Education Capacity Development and CSO Worker’s Capacity Development in Cambodia / Ewha University (2016)

6-> Awareness Raising and Capacity Building on International Treaty Obligations in Cambodia with a Specific Focus on Human Rights / Max Planck Foundation (2015-2016)

 

 

 

 

 

[BPP: Business Partnership Program]

The BPP aims to establish partnerships with corporate entities by utilizing financial resources and expertise from the private sector in order to reduce poverty and promote socioeconomic development in partner countries. The program aligns with development needs in partner countries and business strategies under global corporate social responsibilities.

– Software Professional Personnel Training Project in Phnom Penh, Cambodia / Webcash, HRD Center (2014-2018)

7-> Auto Mechanic Skill Training to Disadvantaged Out of School Youth(Hyundai-KOICA Dream Center), Cambodia / Hyundai Motors (2014, 2016-2017)

 

 

 

 

 

[CPP: CSOs Partnership Program]

The CPP is designed to provide assistance for civil society organizations that conduct overseas development assistance activities with the objectives of reducing poverty and promoting welfare. CSOs establish partnerships with the governments of partner countries to carry out and support result-based development projects which aim to improve the livelihoods of people.

– Education Care & Support for Early Childhood Centers in Kampong Cham / Khemara (2016)

– Cambodia Eye Health Improvement Program, Siem Reap, Cambodia/ Heart to Heart Foundation (2014-2016)

– Project of Peace Village without land-mine in Cambodia / Good Hands (2014-2016)

8-> Better School for Girl / KYA(Khmer Youth Association) (2016)

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