GIZ’s work is shaped by its partnerships. The company collaborates with many different stakeholders worldwide to support the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development.
Global challenges such as poverty, climate change and economic inequality require joint solutions. No single stakeholder can master these challenges alone. The global agenda for sustainable development, the 2030 Agenda, is a clear commitment to shared responsibility. Its implementation will require a global partnership with contributions from all actors.
Together with its partners in state institutions, civil society, the scientific community and business, GIZ is contributing to global cooperation. Increasingly, this entails learning together and developing solutions and shared standards, sometimes requiring complex processes that involve a large number of different stakeholders.
Development Partnerships with the Private Sector (DPPs)
DeveloPPP.de was set up by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) to foster the involvement of the private sector in areas where business opportunities and development policy initiatives overlap. To this end, BMZ offers financial and technical support for companies that invest in developing and emerging-market countries. The company is responsible for covering at least half of the overall costs. In all cases, companies work with one of the two public partners commissioned by BMZ to implement . read more
Integrated Development Partnerships with the Private Sector (iDPPs)
iDPPs is a development partnership between the private sector and bilateral technical cooperation projects/programmes in the partner country. The aim of iDPP, with companies or associations is to implement commercially viable measures that are consistent with the aim to contribute to economic and social development. Joint implementation of projects generates synergies that allow both sides to achieve their objectives more rapidly, cost-effectively and more sustainably. The private company is responsible to cover minimum 51% of . read more