Thai PPP Experience Report
LEARNING ROUTE ON PRO-POOR PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT
END OF ROUTE REPORT
The following End-of-Route Report has been prepared by PROCASUR with inputs from the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) funded Asian Project Management Support Programme (APMAS) and the Asian Institute of Technology Extension (AIT.E). The Route was organized within the context of the IFAD funded Strengthening knowledge sharing on innovative solutions using the learning routes methodology in Asia and the Pacific Regional Grant to PROCASUR approved by the IFAD Executive Board under the Lapse of Time (LOT) procedure in July 2011 whose purpose is to increase knowledge and capacity for adopting and scaling up best practices and innovations for poverty reduction among IFAD stakeholders in the Asia and Pacific region.
A total of 23 professionals from Cambodia (7), India (1), Lao Peoples Democratic Republic (4), Madagascar (3), Thailand (4) and Vietnam (4) participated. A list of participants is provided in Appendix 1. Participants included officials from government departments, non-governmental organizations and IFAD funded projects. A summary of the objectives of the IFAD funded project that participated in the Route is provided in Appendix 2.
The Learning Route programme included four case studies in the field plus an input session on PPP perspectives in Thailand and IFAD approaches in addition to three other input sessions on a) PPP in Rural Development Issues and Challenges , b) Business model of Rural Development PPP and, c) Bottom-Up Planning Approach Model for Civil Organizations: The Doi Tung Development Project (1988/2017).