GP3 Institute serves as a global advisory network of governance, development, legal and operations experts that serve small and large public-private initiatives focused on supporting the SDGs. GP3 provides research and consultative support to help public and private actors, including international organizations, countries, states/provinces, municipalities, and public agencies, to cooperate with the private sector, including companies and non-profits. Cooperation between public and private actors may take many forms. The purpose of public-private collaboration is to provide public benefit, while leveraging the technical expertise and finance capacity of the private sector. Such initiatives may be local, for example the construction of a hospital facility or a toll road, impacting a single community. At the other end of the spectrum, actors including the United Nations, wealthy, emerging, and developing countries, financing institutions, international NGOs and international companies, seek to address global development challenges like eradicating polio, improving education in poor countries, and establishing sustainable energy projects. GP3’s experts and research colleagues have been privileged to work with projects spanning a broad spectrum of public private cooperation initiatives in Africa, Central America, Southeast Asia, the South Pacific, and the Caribbean.