Is your organisation a company, NGO or knowledge institute? Do you want to contribute to a sustainable world that includes everyone? Then, your project may be entitled to support from the SDG Partnership Facility. This programme is closed for now. You cannot apply at this moment.
We expect no opening in 2022.
Consult our advisors
Do you have an innovative idea for an SDGP project? Consult our advisors; they are happy to help and offer advice. Send an email to our advisors with your ideas.
The SDG Partnership facility (SDGP) helps to achieve the following sustainable development goals in developing countries:
- SDG 2: ending hunger
- SDG 8: decent jobs and economic growth
- SDG 17: partnerships for the goals.
To reach these goals, we must work together. That is why SDGP works with public-private partnerships (PPPs) between government, businesses, NGOs and/or knowledge centres.
Public-private partnerships focus on improving water security, food security and private sector development in developing countries. We challenge businesses and social organisations to find innovative solutions together.
For example, yours could be a project that leads to a higher agricultural yield in developing countries using less raw materials, land, water and fertiliser. Another example is a project that contributes to local job opportunities and better working conditions, focusing on the position of women and young adults.
Every year, the organisation that leads the project must report the progress to the Netherlands Enterprise Agency. We reimburse the subsidy contribution in predetermined instalments. Initially, all payments are advance payments. Read more about reporting on the Project Management page.
Are you an SDGP or FDOV project partner? Do you want to share knowledge and work together with other partnerships?
If so, please join the SDGP Facility platform. This online community is where partnerships and our advisors meet each other. It is the place to be to share knowledge, experience and results: We share knowledge together.
We offer the Impact Accelerator (IA) to new and current PPPs. With this activity programme, we facilitate knowledge exchange and the creation of new networks. Together with embassies, we plan training courses, networking meetings and webinars. Do you want to increase the impact of your SDGP network? Then, contact our advisors.
SDGP in practice
In the second tender round, the projects eligible for a subsidy are:
- to develop sustainable and climate-resistant cultivation systems for small-scale farmers in Bangladesh;
- to set up a nursery, model and private coffee farms in South Sudan;
- to make the abaca value chain in the Philippines future-proof.
On AidData, you can find an overview of projects that we carry out in development cooperation. You can filter by location, sector and programme, among others. Find a list of the already selected SDGP projects on the SDGP background page.
PPPLab was a four-year action research and joint learning & support initiative. It was active between 2014 and 2018. It aimed to share the relevance, effectiveness and quality of Dutch supported public-private partnerships (PPPs). PPPLab's mission was to gather and share knowledge and lessons from and on PPPs. This knowledge and lessons are valuable for improving implementation and policy. PPPLab's initiative focused on partnerships in the first rounds of the:
- Sustainable Water Fund (FDW), and
- Facility for Sustainable Entrepreneurship and Food Security (FDOV).
In our documents and publications library, you can find all PPPLab documents.
Laws and regulations
1. Concept note
Applicants (Dutch organisations only) submitted their digital concept notes before 2 October 2019.
2. Applying for the subsidy
On 16 December 2019, at 15:00 CET, this tender closed. You will find the guidelines and other documents on the apply page.
Communication and using logos
Cooperating partners that publish articles, videos, and projects can use our logo in their communication.