Public Private Development Partnerships (PPDP) is a modality for concrete cooperation between SIDA and private sector actors. PPDPs encourage the private sector to proactively create business ventures that also improve conditions for people in poverty. The overarching objective of the PPDP is to increase economic opportunities for people living in poverty. Currently the identified partners in this PPDP Project include; Akiira Geothermal Ltd, Kenya Electricity Generating Company Ltd, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Forum Syd, County Governments of Narok and Nakuru, Ministry of Labour and Social Protection, Federation of Kenya Employers, Central Organization of Trade Unions, Micro and Small Enterprise Authority, National Industrial Training Authority.
We were tasked to come up with branding items for the launch of the PPDP a project of Forum Syd. The project seeks to reduce poverty and improve living conditions through decent work and access to rights based services among the rural population in the Great Rift Valley
Key Accomplishments of PPDP
- Decent jobs from better skills provided by vocational training centers
- Decent jobs, new and growing businesses resulting from new and relevant informal skills, business development services and access to finance.
- Communities have the capacity to lobby for increased access to public and social services, e.g. water, education, health, sanitation and county governments have increased capacity to supply these public and social services.