Encouraging Collaboration between Private and Non-Governmental Sectors using Behavioral Insights

Exploring key behaviors of private and non-governmental organizations that create barriers or lead to partnerships in Georgia

BISC Partners conducted behavioral insights research to promote private-NGO cooperation.

The research was conducted under the Civil Society Engagement Program of UN Global Compact Network Georgia and the US Agency for International Development (USAID), with the aim of strengthening civil society actors and facilitating partnership projects between businesses and non-governmental organizations.

Through the research, behavioral barriers and challenges hindering cooperation were identified, and opportunities for deepening collaboration were explored.

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