P4G is looking for the world's most innovative partnerships delivering measurable sustainable growth and climate action impact. Our State-of-the-Art Partnerships are best-in-class examples of multistakeholder partnerships that can rapidly scale and replicate their models of change. We welcome the most entrepreneurial solutions capable of delivering transformative impact in this decade of action. P4G announced Accelerating Rural Electrification through Containerized Hydro Power Plant as its 2022 Partnership of the Year. Read more about all of the sector winners below.
SDG 2 Food and Agriculture: Facilitating Access to Alternative Finance for Agribusinesses in Nigeria increases access to finance so farmers can obtain quality input and prevent post-harvest losses
SDG 6 Clean Water and Sanitation: Tap Water for Slum Dwellers provides access to safe running water to homes in Bangladesh
SDG 7 Affordable and Clean Energy: Accelerating Rural Electrification Through Containerized Hydro Power Plant provides reliable and affordable electricity via decentralized run-of-river power stations in Kenya
SDG 11 Sustainable Cities and Communities: BiciCarga deploys electric cargo bikes for last mile deliveries in Bogota to reduce transport pollution and increase efficiency
SDG 12: Responsible Consumption an Production: Koinpack’s Reuse Revolution provides daily household products for customers in Indonesia in reusable and returnable packaging without plastic waste
Partnerships will go through two rounds of judging. In the first round, P4G and a panel of expert judges will select the sector winner and best up-and-coming partnership of the year. In the second and final round, partnerships will pitch their innovative approach, and a global panel of judges will select the 2022 State-of-the-Art Partnership of the Year.
Eligibility—Address one or more of P4G’s five targeted SDGs. The partnership includes at least one commercial and one civil society partner.
Impact—Partnership has demonstrated measurable and verifiable outcomes.
Innovation—Partnership has developed innovative and commercially-viable solutions to address its target SDG.
Scalability—Partnership has grown since its launch and has demonstrated the ability to be replicated in other markets.
Financial Sustainability—Partnership implements market-based solutions that have already or will attract a level of commercial investment and/or support.
The P4G State-of-the-Art Partnership Awards recognize the world’s most innovative and successful multistakeholder partnerships in five Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) areas. The global competition is open to partnerships in any country or combination of countries. Applications for 2022 are now closed.
At COP27, P4G announced Accelerating Rural Electrification through Containerized Hydro Power Plant as 2022 Partnership of the Year for its model for delivering affordable electricity via decentralized run-of-river power stations in Kenya. Learn more.
At COP26, P4G announced Closing the Loop on Textile Waste in Kenya as 2021 State-of-the-Art Partnership of the Year for its innovative and inclusive approach to recycling textile waste.
At a virtual event, P4G announced FINISH Mondial as its 2020 State-of-the-Art Partnership of the Year for scaling safe sanitation access to more than 5 million people across six countries, with an innovative self-sustaining model that involves both the demand and supply side of access.
In 2019, The Women’s Livelihood Bond Series, a partnership focused on the intersection of women’s empowerment and zero hunger, was named the State-of-the-Art Partnership of the Year. The award was announced at a P4G Awards Luncheon on the sidelines of the UN Climate Action Summit. The First Lady of the Republic of Colombia María Juliana Ruiz Sandoval presented the award.
The Courtauld Commitment 2025 was named 2018 State-of-the-Art Partnership of the Year, for their successful and highly replicable approach to reducing food waste in the U.K. Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary of Denmark presented the partnership with the award during the televised ceremony at the P4G Copenhagen Summit.