Since 2014, SNV has been part of PPPLab. PPPLab Food & Water is a four-year action research and joint learning initiative (2014-2018) aimed at sharing knowledge about the relevance, effectiveness and quality of Dutch-supported public-private partnerships (PPPs). The PPPLab is commissioned by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and is implemented by a consortium of the Partnership Resource Centre (PrC) of the Erasmus University, Aqua-for-All (A4A), Centre for Development and Innovation (CDI) of Wageningen University, and SNV.

On 26 May, we invite you to PPPLab's second PPPCafé to explore scaling. Lately, there has been a lot of ‘buzz’ around scaling impact in international development. But besides some basic typologies and models, the more practical questions are still left unanswered in literature. Based on preliminary findings of PPPLab’s scaling study, we like to discuss practical approaches and experiences on how PPPs can be instrumental in scaling development impact. We aim to do so with inputs and practical experience from our audience, making it an interactive session based on exchanging experiences and interactive learning. We will together explore the question: How can a PPP develop sound scaling strategies to really achieve impact at scale?

Are you involved in a PPP in the food & water sector or work with PPPs in another way, please join us on 26 May. You bring your thoughts, we’ll take care of good coffee & drinks! And we will all walk away with clearer focus, new insights and new contacts within the PPP community.

Date: 26 May 2016
Time: 15:00-17:00, followed by drinks
Register by 20 May at info@ppplab.org.
Location: New World Campus, The Hague, The Netherlands
More info: info@ppplab.org