Quercus Group team will be in Nairobi next week to deliver a training in Public Private Partnerships.
Public Private Partnerships is not a new concept for neither governmental institutions, nor private organizations. The novelty comes from the complexity of stakeholders involved, their stakes and the long-term commitment of parties.
This environment requires a structured approach. A training within the field of public private partnerships provides the foundation for successful outcomes.
Quercus Group training in PPPs differentiates by:
offering a cluster approach to PPPs;
capitalizing on our extended practical experience with global partnerships;
focusing on a long-term integrated approach to projects.
The session planned for October 13 in Nairobi will be delivered as part of “Greening the Growth” course developed by Danida Fellowship Centre, in partnership with Kenya Climate Innovation Centre and NIRAS. The participants will be 24 professionals from with both private and public background, from Tanzania, Kenya and Ethiopia.