Are private-public partnership and social partnership different?

Are private-public partnership and social partnership different?

Reynaldo O. Joson, MD, MHA, MHPEd, MSc Surg

March 2, 2012

Are private-public partnership and social partnership different?

Are private-public partnership and social partnership different?

What are the similarities and differences between private-public partnership and social partnership?

Simply put, private-public partnership is a partnership between private and public sectors for projects in the community.

Social partnership is a partnership between two or among several groups of people on projects in the community.  The groups that agree to form a social partnership may consist of groups of private sectors only, groups of private and public sectors, and groups of public sectors only.  For this reason, a private-public partnership is a social partnership.

The one thing the private-public and social partnerships have in common is the “projects in the community,” which come in the form of social development.

A private organization that goes into partnership on a social development project with a government organization is contributing to a (private-public or public-private) social partnership.

A government organization that goes into partnership on a social development project with a private organization is contributing to a (public-private or private-public) social partnership.

A private organization that goes into partnership on a social development project with another private organization is contributing to a (private-private) social partnership.

A government organization that goes into partnership on a social development project with another government organization is contributing to a (government- government or public-public) social partnership.

The common goal for all these types of partnership is social development of a community.

 

 

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