JAIN’s international golden triangle projects in the form of Public-Private Partnership and co-creation are aimed at creating social value for people with complex care needs who want to live happily at home with a quality of life. They strive for solutions that are both socially and economically beneficial. By sharing on shared value, goals and creating positive impact for society, these international golden triangle JAIN projects contribute to sustainable development and solving complex social issues.
These JAIN projects increase the legitimacy and support of projects and initiatives. Remembering and giving voice to different stakeholders in the decision-making process makes the decision more inclusive and transparent. This increases the trust and acceptance of all stakeholders in society, which is essential for the success of projects aimed at improving quality of life, improving autonomy, supporting people with complex care needs to stay at home longer housing and the realization of available care providers.
JAIN’s methods lead to the emergence of new ideas, approaches and solutions that might otherwise be seen. It promotes a culture of exchange and experimentation, which support the development of breakthrough and sustainable solutions. The JAIN approach, distinguished by the division of responsibilities and risks of a project of initiative, burdens and risks are more evenly distributed. This increases the realization of the private sector and investments, while the public sector benefits from the expertise and safety of the private parties. They bring different interests, such as governments, private companies, civil society organizations and citizens, together to develop solutions.
By combining the expertise, resources and perspectives of different parties, synergies can be realized and innovative and effective solutions can be found that would otherwise be difficult to realize.