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Scaling and System change

From simple models to rich strategies!

What is scaled is not so much a technical solution,
but rather a set of arrangements that stimulates the adoption and continuity of an improved solution or practice.
This PPPLab Food & Water booklet is about all kind of scaling and financing models.

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  • Welcome to PPPCafé on Feb 23, 2017

    February 16, 2017

    Public actor engagement is generally assumed to be crucial for the sustainability of PPP interventions as well as for system change. In this first edition of PPPCafé 2017 we invite you to explore the role of the public P in partnerships to better understand the diversity of public Ps (e.g. Dutch public P and local public…

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  • Sarphati Sanitation Awards 2017

    February 16, 2017

    World Waternet , Netherlands Water Partnership and Aqua for All initiated the biennial Sarphati Sanitation Award in 2013 to honor the outstanding contribution of individuals or organizations to the global sanitation and public health challenge through entrepreneurship.   This year the Sarphati Sanitation Awards will be handed out for the third time during the Amsterdam International Water Week (30…

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  • Kenya RAPID

    Kenya RAPID is a unique partnership between local governments in Kenya, civil society and the private sector. It focusses on …

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  • Justdiggit, regreening the planet

    The ‘Hydrologic Corridor’ is a unique concept in which multiple large scale areas are re-greened through small scale rainwater harvesting solutions, reforestation and climate resilient agriculture.

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  • SMART Centres

    There are considerable challenges in reaching ‘the last mile’ in universal access to sustainable water and sanitation (SDG6) and in improving functionality and affordability of rural and peri-urban water supply systems. The SMART Centre approach addresses ….

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  • The amount of people at the Base of the (global wealth) Pyramid (BoP) whose lives we have helped improve.

  • The amount of countries where we have contributed to providing the BoP with clean water and good sanitation.

  • The total amount of project and program money we have managed for funds and (government) grant programs.

  • The amount of companies we have worked with over the years, as (co-)financing partners or otherwise.

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