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Public-Private Partnerships in Sub-Saharan Africa: Case Studies for Policymakers 2017

Public-private partnerships (PPPs), i.e. private finance for public infrastructure, are now emerging as a viable source of infrastructure investment in developing countries. A successful PPP arrangement capitalises on the strengths of both the pri...

Towards Effective Public-Private Partnerships in Research and Innovation: A Perspective for African Science Granting Councils

In order to enhance the role of public-private partnerships in socio-economic development and in support of regional development agenda such as the STISA 2024, issues of public-private partnerships in research and innovation have been carefully ex...

Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) and Sustainable Natural Resources Exploitation in Africa: Lessons from Diamond Mining in Chiadzwa, Zimbabwe

"African countries are endowed with vast natural resources in general and mineral wealth in particular. Regrettably, most of the resource-rich countries in Africa face chronic shortages of financial capital, appropriate and advanced technologies a...

Harnessing Investment in Tanzania's Agricultural Sector for Inclusive Growth: Where to From Here?

This paper unpacks Tanzania’s investment laws and their impact on the development of the country’s agricultural sector. It discusses current government-led policies and initiatives that aim to stimulate growth in Tanzania’s agricultural sector whi...

Perspectives on PPP Infrastructure Development in SADC Countries

Implementing public–private partnerships (PPPs) can provide national governments with much more attractive conditions for private investment. In return, governments can gain many advantages from private investors, such as greater operational effic...

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