On the June 4, Ministry of Foreign Affairs in collaboration with State of Green will host an information meeting on Danida Market Development Partnerships (DMDP) – a programme where partnerships can apply for DKK 100 million available for 10-12 partnerships in 2019.
Does your company deliver on the Sustainable Development Goals and at the same time do business?
Danida Market Development Partnerships (DMDP) promotes commercially oriented partnerships that help develop markets and promote local economic growth and employment in developing countries. Therefore, for a company, it can be a lever for testing new business models and entering new markets. A DMDP partnership project is based on a business idea run by one or more companies that run responsible business. The business idea must support local development and contribute to delivering on Sustainable Development Goal 8 (local economic growth and employment). Therefore, DMDP combines partnerships with knowledge, solutions and resources from companies, civil society organizations, business organizations, authorities, and other relevant non-commercial partners. This allows for both more transformative development results and viable business.
Program – 4 June 2019:
15:10: What is a DMDP partnership and how to apply
16:00: Networking where you can talk to companies and organizations that are active in DMDP projects
17:00: Thank you for today
Address: House of Green, Vesterbrogade 1E, 1620 Kbh. V, doorbell State of Green / P4G.
DMDP is open to applications from potential partnerships. There are DKK 100 million available in 2019 for between 10 and 12 partnerships. Concept note applications must be submitted no later than 9 August 2019. To be considered, a partnership must at least consist of a private company and a non-commercial partner. One of the partners must be local. The application must be submitted by a non-commercial partner.
Registration for the information meeting must be done here by 29 May. There are limited spaces.
For interested parties who do not have the opportunity to attend the meeting, a virtual information meeting will be arranged on 6 June at 15:00. Registration for June 6 on link here (no later than 29 May)