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Module 3 - 09 Identifying Partners


9.1 What is the objective of identifying potential partners?
9.2 What are the key processes involved in identifying
partners?
9.3 Who is involved in identifying partners?
9.4 What are the key steps in identifying partners?
9.5 What are the key issues?
9.6 What are the key issues concerning the poor?
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Related Tools:


02 Strategic Planning
03 Planning and Organising
07 Defining Parameters (scope)
10 Establishing Partnership Processes



PPP Development Stage – Identifying Partners

9.1 What is the objective of identifying potential partners?

A range of stakeholder groups has a legitimate interest in the performance of the urban services. Governments need to identify the key groups of stakeholders and assess their potential support for, or opposition to, public-private partnership.
The objective at this stage is to identify all the stakeholders that might contribute to, or have a stake in, the partnership. Identification will include:

  • the level of participation of stakeholders;
  • the potential roles of stakeholders in relation to objectives;
  • the potential conflicts of interests; and
  • the relationships between stakeholders

 

 

 



 
     
  S T A R T P A G E  
  Module 1 - Before PPPs  
  01-Starting Out  
  02-Strategic Planning  
  Module 2 - Preparation Stage  
  03-Planning & Organising  
  04-Collecting Information  
  Module 3 - PPP Development Stage  
  05-Identifying Constraints  
  06-Defining Objectives  
  07-Defing Parameters (Scope)  
  08-Establishing Principles  
  09-Identifying Partners  
  10-Establishing Partnership  
  11-Selecting Options  
  12-Financing (Investment)  
  13-Financing (Cost Recovery)  
  14-Preparing Business Plans  
  15-Regulating the PPP  
  Module 4 - Implementation  
  16-Tendering & Procurement  
  17-Negotiating & Contracting  
  18-Managing PPPs  
  19-Monitoring & Evaluation  
  20-Managing Conflict  
  21-Capacity Development  
  Contact Information