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Knowledge Partnership Programme (KPP)

The Knowledge Partnership Programme (KPP) supported by Government of UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) and managed by IPE Global Limited has now ended.   

The programme successfully connected with stakeholders at various levels globally through studies/projects and ideas focusing at the Africa and Asia region.

KPP was an initiative to explore and showcase India's success in meeting development challenges in terms of policy and practice. It supported evidence generation and uptake on global and national policy issues. The aim of the programme was to design, support and supervise the implementation of evidence generation and its uptake thereby meeting the key KPP objectives of:

  • Gathering and uptake of evidence on issues central to India's impact on global poverty
  • Promote sharing of Indian evidence, best practice and expertise with Low Income Countries in order to facilitate evidence-gathering and uptake

The primary focus of KPP was to work with India on impacting the delivery of global public goods and services and leverage Indian experience to reduce poverty in developing countries.  



Published Documents

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Collaborating for women’s economic, social and political empowerment: India and Africa
Knowledge Partnership Programme 2015
Over one third of the world’s poor reside in Africa and though over the last century African countries have made significant strides in promoting gender equity, the equality in society in terms of access and control over family, ...
Green brick technology transfer to Malawi: market assessment report for setting up Vertical Shaft Brick Kilns (VSBKs)
Knowledge Partnership Programme 2014
In Malawi, increasing demand for housing has put tremendous pressure on the building material sector, resulting in deforestation, rising costs and poor quality construction. Malawi holds potential for the adoption of green buil...
Deepening India’s engagement with Africa through better market access
Knowledge Partnership Programme 2015
In order to provide ‘trade’ stimulus to Least Developed Countries (LDCs), India launched a Duty-Free Tariff Preferences (DFTP) scheme in 2008. DFTP scheme provides duty free treatment to about 98 per cent of tariff lines a...
Overview of Civil Society engagement in the Post - 2015 Development Agenda
Knowledge Partnership Programme 2013
This paper provides conference proceedings of the Civil Society Consultation around the Post-2015 Development Agenda, held 11 September 2013, which aimed to identify Indian aspirations within a common framework in general and within t...
What after the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in 2015? Achievements of MDGs, future prospects and recommendations for India
Knowledge Partnership Programme 2013
The discussion on the post-2015/post-MDGs process presents a vital opportunity for India to play a leadership role in international affairs. India has the chance to address key domestic challenges as well as to shape global norms in w...
Post - 2015 Development Agenda - India National Consultation Report: Youth Constituency
Knowledge Partnership Programme 2013
This National consultation report highlights the issues and concerns of Indian youth.  The issues and concerns of the youth were treated holistically and therefore self-reflection and sharing of personal experiences were key proc...
Post - 2015 Development Agenda - India National Consultation Report: Women’s Associations Constituency
Knowledge Partnership Programme 2013
The National Women’s Empowerment Mission (NWEM), as the convener of the women’s associations, organised consultations where conscious effort was made to ensure participation from the most marginalised communities including...
Post - 2015 Development Agenda - India National Consultation Report: Trade Unions Constituency
Knowledge Partnership Programme 2013
This report provides an overview of the Indian National Trade Union Consultation where trade unions presented the views on MDGs and its future course in the post-2015 agenda. The report argues that there is a need for paradigm shift i...
Post - 2015 Development Agenda - India National Consultation Report: Research Institutes Constituency
Knowledge Partnership Programme 2013
The processes leading up to the designing of the Global Development Agenda Post-2015 indicate that this Agenda would have two dimensions that are not necessarily distinct. The first of these is provided by the experiences gained in th...
Post - 2015 Development Agenda - India National Consultation Report: Industry Constituency
Knowledge Partnership Programme 2013
The deadline for achieving the MDGs is set to expire by 2015. The United Nations and its member states have initiated a process to define the future development agenda. As part of the nine structured National consultations in India, t...
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