Public-Private Partnership

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Policy Report
A participatory pilot project is implemented based on the result of group’s discussion and brainstorming at the training workshop that carried out in Phitsanulok Municipality, Thailand. After returning to Battambang, Cambodia, a working group was formulated by the trainees in August 2012. Members of the working group include representatives from...
Non Peer-reviewed Article
In UNU Our World 2.0
Many countries have developed a keen interest in the potential of biofuels and instituted policies to promote their production. India became one of the major biofuel producers in Asia, with its bioethanol production hitting the 1 billion liter mark in 2008, second only after China. The evolving debate on biofuels focuses both on the need to produce...
Peer-reviewed Article
In IRES Vol.4 No.2
Public-private partnership-based services could be one of the better solutions for developing urban environmental infrastructure - which includes sewage treatment and municipal solid waste disposal services - in developing countries. Due to the low availability of funds for investment in the public sector and operating inefficiencies in government...