Our Reach

The BPP has created 44 partnerships over three funding rounds and one funding window.
The BPP is partnering with 93 organisations across the private sector, social business, NGOs and academic institutions.
The BPP partners in 19 countries across Asia, Africa and the Pacific.
BPP partnerships operate in seven sectors or industries: clean energy, education, tourism, health, agriculture, fisheries and water

Achieving shared priorities

We support partnerships between the Australian Government and inclusive businesses to create both development impacts and sustainable commercial returns through core business operations.

Our partnerships support businesses that create sustainable impact by:

Creating new products and services to improve lives.

Improving the productivity, inclusivity, or sustainability of value chains.

Supporting the expansion of inclusive business practices.

Partner News

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A technology start-up in Vietnam equips its staff with the knowledge and skills necessary to protect children

The need to protect children is an issue for all communities, including the private sector. In Vietnam, technology start-up...

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Mobile Banking in Vietnam – Partnership Impact Study

Financial Inclusion and Economic Empowerment for the Low-Income Population and Women  Although 72 per cent of Vietnamese...

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PAVE Pakistan shared value case study

PAVE ran skills training for smallholder farmers in Sheikhupura and Gujarnwala districts in Punjab.   How can  businesses...

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PAVE Pakistan’s response to COVID-19

In Pakistan, 75 per cent of seed is uncertified and sold through informal channels. Most of this uncertified seed does not...

Reducing emissions and improving livestock health in Laos

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We believe with the right support, cross-sector partnerships can be transformative. 

We use accredited partnership brokers to help partners build a strong relationship that optimises the value-add for all the partners concerned. On a day-to-day level, brokers provide practical advice and guidance throughout a partnership.

Find out more about our partnership model in our #5minute chat with the BPP's Partnership Adviser and independent partnership broker, Julie Mundy. 

🇻🇳 Are you ready for cricket burgers? Compared with beef, producing 1kg of edible crickets creates 100 times fewer greenhouse gases, 10,000 times less land, 15 times less feed, and 8000 times less water.

A new #DFATbpp partnership with technology-based food start-up Cricket One, tech start-up Entomo Ventures and Australian Embassy, Vietnam is scaling a cricket farming venture in Vietnam. 

The partnership supports a marketing campaign and technology and product innovations to promote the consumption of crickets and catalyse growth in this exciting new industry.

Learn more: https://thebpp.com.au/blog/australias-foreign-minister-announces-green-recovery-partnerships-in-vietnam/
Australia’s Foreign Minister, Marise Payne, yesterday announced four new #DFATbpp green recovery partnerships in Vietnam to reduce carbon emissions and protect vulnerable habitats. 

The Australian Government is contributing A$2.5 million to the four business partnerships that will leverage a further A$9.2 million in private sector investment.

The partnerships are tackling climate change, while generating jobs and income and empowering women.

Find out about the ambitious and exciting new partnerships: https://thebpp.com.au/blog/australias-foreign-minister-announces-green-recovery-partnerships-in-vietnam/
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