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Borusiak, Christian: Finanzierung von Public Pr...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 19.10.2007, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Finanzierung von Public Private Partnership Projekten, Titelzusatz: Risikoverteilung und -bewertung bei Projektfinanzierung und Forfaitierung, Autor: Borusiak, Christian, Verlag: Diplomica Verlag // Diplomica Verlag, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Public-Private-Partnership // PPP // Risiko // wirtschaftlich, Rubrik: Betriebswirtschaft, Seiten: 106, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 271 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Lenzinger, Christian: Public Private Partnershi...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 02.01.2012, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Public Private Partnership - Chancen und Risiken, Auflage: 2. Auflage von 2012 // 2. Auflage, Autor: Lenzinger, Christian, Verlag: GRIN Verlag, Sprache: Deutsch, Rubrik: Politikwissenschaft, Seiten: 16, Informationen: GEH, Gewicht: 38 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Borusiak,C.:Finanzier.v.Public Private
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Erscheinungsdatum: 19.10.2007, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Finanzierung von Public Private Partnership Projekten, Titelzusatz: Risikoverteilung und -bewertung bei Projektfinanzierung und Forfaitierung, Autor: Borusiak, Christian, Verlag: Diplomica Verlag // Diplomica Verlag, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Public-Private-Partnership // PPP // Risiko // wirtschaftlich, Rubrik: Betriebswirtschaft, Seiten: 106, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 271 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Rechtshandbuch Projektfinanzierung und PPP
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Erscheinungsdatum: 08.04.2008, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Rechtshandbuch Projektfinanzierung und PPP, Titelzusatz: Finanzierung und Public Private Partnership in der Praxis, Auflage: 2. Auflage von 1980 // 2. ergänzte und erweiterte Auflage, Autor: Röver, Jan-Hendrik // Knütel, Christian, Redaktion: Siebel, Ulf R. // Röver, Jan-Hendrik // Knütel, Christian, Verlag: Werner Verlag, Co-Verlag: Heymanns Verlag GmbH, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Bau // Baurecht // Bundesbaurecht // Bauwirtschaft // Organisation // Leitung // Public-Private-Partnership // PPP // Öffentliches Recht // Baugewerbe und Schwerindustrie, Rubrik: Öffentliches Recht, Seiten: 1176, Gewicht: 1790 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Rechtshandbuch Projektfinanzierung und PPP
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Erscheinungsdatum: 08.04.2008, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Rechtshandbuch Projektfinanzierung und PPP, Titelzusatz: Finanzierung und Public Private Partnership in der Praxis, Auflage: 2. Auflage von 1980 // 2. ergänzte und erweiterte Auflage, Autor: Röver, Jan-Hendrik // Knütel, Christian, Redaktion: Siebel, Ulf R. // Röver, Jan-Hendrik // Knütel, Christian, Verlag: Werner Verlag, Co-Verlag: Heymanns Verlag GmbH, Sprache: Deutsch, Schlagworte: Bau // Baurecht // Bundesbaurecht // Bauwirtschaft // Organisation // Leitung // Public-Private-Partnership // PPP // Öffentliches Recht // Baugewerbe und Schwerindustrie, Rubrik: Öffentliches Recht, Seiten: 1176, Gewicht: 1790 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Olele:The Challenges of Public Private
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Erscheinungsdatum: 27.02.2018, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: The Challenges of Public Private Partnership (PPP) in a Developing Country, Autor: Olele, Christian Azuka, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Wirtschaft // Management, Seiten: 124, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 201 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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A House Built on Love (eBook, ePUB)
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People leaving prison; refugees; victims of abuse and prostitution. All struggle to find a home, to build relationships, to get back on their feet. The root cause of homelessness is relational: the homeless suffer not just the lack of a roof, but a lack of love. But what if someone could provide not only a home, but also a network? Real people, who knew what they were doing, and who cared? In 2007 Ed Walker published with Monarch Books a book called Reflections from the Scorched Earth. It described his nine years of living and working in six distinct war zones - notably in Darfur - as a Christian humanitarian aid worker with Tearfund. Returning to the UK, Ed worked for the YMCA for three years. But before long Ed and Rachel felt the call to start a genuinely Christian charity working with ex-offenders and the homeless. The private rental sector was out of reach for many, and government provision was horribly inadequate. Both problems have grown massively in the subsequent years. Scraping together every penny they could find, in 2010 the young couple set up a charity, Hope into Action, invested £30,000 in a house and bought the first home for the homeless in partnership with their church. This charity has now grown to 74 homes across 23 towns and cities. Hope into Action have won numerous awards both secular and Christian (they won the Guardian's Public Service Award in 2017, and an award from the Centre for Social Justice). The vision is simple, but devastatingly effective. It provides a vehicle for Christians with money to invest in housing stock, with a modest but guaranteed return. Once funds in a locality are available, and in partnership with a local church, HiA will select a suitable house, which is refurbished as necessary. Together with the local church, the members of which will receive training from HiA in befriending and providing guidance, HiA will select suitable tenants. HiA provide case workers to monitor, smooth understanding, provide support and impose discipline. The churches offer friendship and local contacts. The underlying vision is not simply to help the marginalised, but to enable churches. Tenants come from a variety of backgrounds. Some are men coming out of prison and stuck in hostels. Some are recommended by social services, others by refugee agencies. In the last year HiA have provided homes for refugees fleeing from Sudan and Darfur, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Eritrea, Syria, and Iran. The results to date have been impressive, bearing in mind that many of those helped have multiple personal challenges. In the annual statement for 2019 Hope into Action report that 88% of tenants succeeded in maintaining their tenancies; 86% of those who had been in custody refrained from crime; 84% of those with addictions reduced or ceased their drug use; 90% reported improved relations with their families; 61% were involved in volunteering, education or training; and 37% had found a job. There is no requirement upon tenants to have any kind of faith (and many clients are Muslim refugees) but many do become believers. There have been endless teething problems. Relationships have broken down. Tenants who seemed well on the way to recovery and stability have gone completely off the rails. Money has been tight. Most notably however, Ed and his small team have seen God move and provide in amazing, multiple ways. "We have seen miracles, healings, conversions, churches transformed," Ed comments. "I have also gone through some major heart-breaks and dangerous situations, but through it all God has been faithful." Hope into Action tells Ed's story of faith and struggle as he and his wife saw the need, felt the call and stepped out in faith, developed a new theology of sharing and saw both tragic and wonderful results.

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A House Built on Love (eBook, ePUB)
7,99 € *
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People leaving prison; refugees; victims of abuse and prostitution. All struggle to find a home, to build relationships, to get back on their feet. The root cause of homelessness is relational: the homeless suffer not just the lack of a roof, but a lack of love. But what if someone could provide not only a home, but also a network? Real people, who knew what they were doing, and who cared? In 2007 Ed Walker published with Monarch Books a book called Reflections from the Scorched Earth. It described his nine years of living and working in six distinct war zones - notably in Darfur - as a Christian humanitarian aid worker with Tearfund. Returning to the UK, Ed worked for the YMCA for three years. But before long Ed and Rachel felt the call to start a genuinely Christian charity working with ex-offenders and the homeless. The private rental sector was out of reach for many, and government provision was horribly inadequate. Both problems have grown massively in the subsequent years. Scraping together every penny they could find, in 2010 the young couple set up a charity, Hope into Action, invested £30,000 in a house and bought the first home for the homeless in partnership with their church. This charity has now grown to 74 homes across 23 towns and cities. Hope into Action have won numerous awards both secular and Christian (they won the Guardian's Public Service Award in 2017, and an award from the Centre for Social Justice). The vision is simple, but devastatingly effective. It provides a vehicle for Christians with money to invest in housing stock, with a modest but guaranteed return. Once funds in a locality are available, and in partnership with a local church, HiA will select a suitable house, which is refurbished as necessary. Together with the local church, the members of which will receive training from HiA in befriending and providing guidance, HiA will select suitable tenants. HiA provide case workers to monitor, smooth understanding, provide support and impose discipline. The churches offer friendship and local contacts. The underlying vision is not simply to help the marginalised, but to enable churches. Tenants come from a variety of backgrounds. Some are men coming out of prison and stuck in hostels. Some are recommended by social services, others by refugee agencies. In the last year HiA have provided homes for refugees fleeing from Sudan and Darfur, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Eritrea, Syria, and Iran. The results to date have been impressive, bearing in mind that many of those helped have multiple personal challenges. In the annual statement for 2019 Hope into Action report that 88% of tenants succeeded in maintaining their tenancies; 86% of those who had been in custody refrained from crime; 84% of those with addictions reduced or ceased their drug use; 90% reported improved relations with their families; 61% were involved in volunteering, education or training; and 37% had found a job. There is no requirement upon tenants to have any kind of faith (and many clients are Muslim refugees) but many do become believers. There have been endless teething problems. Relationships have broken down. Tenants who seemed well on the way to recovery and stability have gone completely off the rails. Money has been tight. Most notably however, Ed and his small team have seen God move and provide in amazing, multiple ways. "We have seen miracles, healings, conversions, churches transformed," Ed comments. "I have also gone through some major heart-breaks and dangerous situations, but through it all God has been faithful." Hope into Action tells Ed's story of faith and struggle as he and his wife saw the need, felt the call and stepped out in faith, developed a new theology of sharing and saw both tragic and wonderful results.

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Stand: 05.04.2020
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