Asia-Pacific Green Public Procurement Partnership Project Final report for the 1st year

The "Asia-Pacific Green Public Procurement Partnership Project" is launched to provide
customized consultation and implementation assistance to the developing countries in the Asia-
Pacific region regarding Green Public Procurement (GPP). This pilot project aims to support the development of GPP-related policy basis and green market
through international cooperation in order to facilitate the implementation of GPP in the Asia-
Pacific region.

Further information

The "Asia-Pacific Green Public Procurement Partnership Project" is launched to provide customized consultation and implementation assistance to the developing countries in the Asia- Pacific region regarding Green Public Procurement (GPP). As part of the international community's commitment to sustainable consumption and production, UN Environment and the Korea Environmental Industry and Technology Institute (KEITI) are seeking to provide direct support for the implementation of GPP in developing countries by sharing the Korean experience and building the capacities of Partner Countries. This pilot project aims to support the development of GPP-related policy basis and green market through international cooperation in order to facilitate the implementation of GPP in the Asia- Pacific region, with the following specific goals: -Mutual learning and knowledge sharing between Korea and Southeast Asian Countries to implement GPP; -Strengthening the capacities among partner countries to promote the development of green products and green market through GPP; -Establishing case studies for GPP which could be replicated in other countries with different implementation level of GPP.