12.A Supporting developing countries
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As part of the ‘develoPPP.de’ program, BMZ, for example, supports companies that engage in developing and emerging countries for the long term and that want to make their entrepreneurial engagement sustainable. These can include companies that pilot innovative technology, increase the standard of their supply chains, or invest in a sustainable training program.
The International Climate Initiative (IKI), the BMU's international funding program for climate protection and biodiversity projects in developing and emerging countries, began in 2008. This initiative also supports numerous projects focusing on ‘Sustainable Production and Consumption (SCP)’ – for example, low-emission public transport procurement, ecolabelling and the transformation of value chains in the tourism sector.
In addition, textiles, cocoa or palm oil partnerships between private, civil society and policy actors (multi-stakeholder partnerships) contribute to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda.