The implementation of the Malaysian Indian Blueprint is premised on enabling the involvement of all sectors, be it in the form of domain expertise, funds, professional services or other forms of contribution.
One form of public private partnership already being pursued by the 4 CCIC units is funding or part-funding programs carried out by NGOs and other types of service providers.
Another form of public private partnership is the engagement of active community stakeholders particularly in matters related to policy and programmatic impact. Each sub-unit of SEDIC may also establish advisory working groups comprising subject matter experts, field workers, researchers and other contributors.
The final form of public private partnership. Several initiatives would benefit from private sector and corporate social responsibility (CSR) support not only in supplementary funding but also the contribution of knowledge, project management and personnel.