The Local Public-Private Partnership for the People or LGU P4 is an initiative of the LGUs to engage private sector partnership to deliver infrastructure and services needs of the constituent for economic growth.

LGU P4 aims to promote and enhance local economic development that eventually contribute to the increase of national economy and create more jobs. LGU P4 define in two (2) level:

1. Policy - means it is developmental, innovative change and partnership strategy that aimed to promote the general welfare, inclusive growth and better quality of life of the people.

2. Project - means a contractual arrangement between the government and the private sector to deliver public infrastructure and/or public services where each party assumes specified functions, bears certains risks, provides contribution, performs particular obligations, and earns benefits and revenues.

Our Partners

The Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI) is a non-stock, non-profit and non-government organization of micro, small, medium and large enterprises, local chambers and industry association representing various sectors of business committed to working together to foster a healthy Philippine economy and improve the viability of business.

The PCCI helps its members achieve sustainable global competitiveness through focused advocacy and business and networking services. 

The PCCI is also a business advocate of private sector concerns, economic counselor, trade facilitator, government relations officer, liaison to the public sector, investment promoter and, most importantly, a partner in nation building.
The Union of Local Authorities of the Philippines (ULAP), Inc. were duly registered by the Securities and Exchange Commission on February 2, 1999. It serves as a way for local government officials in the Philippines to discuss national and local issues that affect the country.

ULAP envisions a just , equitable and progressive society anchored on participatory democracy and pro-poor framework of effective and good governance vital to national development and progress. ULAP's misson is to unite all member leagues, enhance their partnership with all stakeholders to attain local genuine local autonomy for all LGUs, and ensure the smooth and efficient delivery of basic services to local communities for authentic and humane governance.
PPP offers monetary and non-monetary advantages for the public sector. It addresses the limited funding resources for local infrastructure or development projects of the public sector thereby allowing the allocation of public funds for other local priorities. It is a mechanism to distribute project risks to both public and private sector.

PPP is geared for both sectors to gain improved efficiency and project implementation processes in delivering services to the public. Most importantly, PPP emphasizes Value for Money – focusing on reduced costs, better risk allocation, faster implementation, improved services and possible generation of additional revenue.
The Camara de Comercio de las islas Filipinas traces back to the year 1886 when a Spanish Decree mandated to create an istitution to invigorate the economy of the colony. During the early years of american Colonial Regime, three sectoral dimensions were created: commerce, Industrial, and Agricultural. On July 17, 1933 during the third Session of the Ninth Philippine Legislature, the secretary of Agricultural and Commerce was authorized to sell to the Chamber a land for its building and approved therein on December 6, 1933. On Semptember 15, 1934, the Chamber Commerce of the Philippine Islands was issued title to its own land, and through the contributions of private businesses, the chamber's three storey building was built and inaugurated in 1937.