Pooling economic resources, but also skills, know-how and experience, allows us to intervene more effectively in the community.
Public and private bodies collaborate for sustainable development. Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) are a pillar of our Cooperation Model and an essential tool for implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The last of the Agenda’s 17 goals targets PPPs: it is the only goal that doesn't specifically address development, but rather aims to promote the whole programme.
In the countries where it operates, Eni promotes a broad portfolio of initiatives directed towards fostering local development with a positive long-term impact. These initiatives are designed to be consistent with the Country Development Plans, the United Nations 2030 Agenda and the National Determined Contributions (NDC – COP21), with a view to Public-Private Partnership. We have launched strategic collaborations with national and international organisations and institutions, and other local bodies and local cooperation agencies such as the International Finance Corporation (IFC), which has enabled us to adapt our procedures to match international best practices.
Eni for 2017
The following infographic shows the main instances of collaboration underway in Africa, a continent linked both to Eni’s past and to its future. Nigeria, Republic of the Congo, Angola, Egypt, Kenya, Mozambique: these are the countries where we advance projects for local communities day after day together with the main institutions, universities and NGOs.
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