With the information gathered by this bi-communal group, `Hands-On-Famagusta` will develop the design tools needed to support an informed and participatory planning process for the future of the region.
What does PPP stand for?
PPP stands for Participatory Planning Process
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We have 644 other meanings of PPP in our Acronym Attic
- Parent Partnership Program (various locations)
- Parentes Pii Posuerunt (Latin: Pious Parents Have Built, epigraphy)
- Parish Pastoral Plan
- Parlamentarisches Patenschaftsprogramm (Germany)
- Partai Persatuan Pembangunan (United Development Party, Indonesia)
- Partenariats Publique-Privé (French: Public-private partnerships; Quebec, Canada government agency)
- Parti Populaire des Putes (French: Popular Party of Prostitutes; Canada)
- Parti Progresif Penduduk (Malyasia)
- Partial Parity Protection
- Partial Path Protection
- Participium Perfectum Passivum (Latin)
- Participle Perfect Passive (grammatical form)
- Partido del Poder del Pueblo (Indonesia)
- Partido Popular Português
- Partnerstwa Publiczno Prywatnego (Polish: Public-Private Partnership)
- Party Puff People (Swedish band)
- Passenger Protection Program (airline industry)
- Passive Periphrastic
- Pay Per Performance
- Payment Protection Plan (credit card insurance program)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Through the participatory planning process, not only do programs become more relevant to those they serve, but community members also become engaged and empowered.
In 1988 mayor Pasqual Maragall initiated a vision to make Barcelona the capital of the Mediterranean, an ambition underpinned by a highly participatory planning process.
This could end up as a brilliant triumph or a hideous meltdown--depending on how well the forum's own participatory planning process works over the months to come.
The integration of Neighborhood America's Public Comment Service with GIS ArcWeb services is a tremendous step towards providing planners and citizens alike the tools necessary to facilitate the public participatory planning process," stated Milton Ospina, Solutions Manager at ESRI.
Target Groups: The primary beneficiaries are the villagers (both men and women), including the poor and the vulnerable groups, who through a participatory planning process, select sub-projects
The first sub-component is identification, preparation and implementation of selected priority investments through a participatory planning process in the Kyoga and Upper Nile Water Management Zone (WMZs).