Guidance

Strategies for implementation of Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in India

The Indian government accepts national-level compliance standards (by 2013) for implementing PPPs firstly in water and sanitation.

Documents

Public Private Partnerships – Lessons from experiences

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Public Private Partnership in Municipal Solid Waste Management

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Skill Development in India Challenges and Opportunities

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Public Private Partnerships in Urban Water Supply

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Detail

  • implementing organisation: Athena Infonomics India Pvt Ltd

  • duration: July 2011- March 2013