develoPPP: Sector-independent Funding Programme
Global, cross-industry funding programme for private sector involvement in developing and emerging countries
Would you like to expand your business activities in a developing or emerging country and thus contribute to improving the living conditions of the local people? Then develoPPP is the right funding programme for you!
For over twenty years, with develoPPP, the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) has been promoting the commitment of entrepreneurs who wish to invest sustainably in a developing or emerging country and expand their local operations. To this end, it provides technical and financial support of up to 2 million euros in more than 60 developing and emerging countries. The prerequisites for funding are a long-term business interest in the country and a sustainable developmental benefit for the local people.
- Professional and financial support of up to 2 million euros with a maximum of 50% public funding
- Competent advice and support on site with the help of local networks
- Available in over 60 countries worldwide
- Two specialised funding instruments for established companies and aspiring start-ups
The develoPPP Classic funding instrument is aimed at established small, medium-sized and large enterprises that wish to invest sustainably in a developing or emerging country and expand their business activities locally. It can be used in over 60 countries worldwide and is deliberately flexible in terms of content. What all develoPPP Classic projects have in common, however, is that they combine a long-term business interest with a sustainable developmental benefit.
With develoPPP Ventures, BMZ supports young companies that are already active in a developing or emerging country and whose business model makes a measurable contribution to sustainable local economic, ecological and social development. The aim is to scale up proven, innovative solutions in order to make them accessible to more people.
develoPPP Ventures is currently available in Kenya, Ghana, Nigeria and Tanzania. Other countries will follow.