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Fragility, conflict, violence, and weak institutions are critical development challenges that have affected many countries. Using a set of outcome indicators, a total of 61 countries have been identifi
Procuring Infrastructure Public-Private Partnerships 2018 is designed to help governments improve their PPP regulatory quality. By benchmarking the regulatory frameworks of economies around the world a
Non-revenue water (NRW) management can deliver significant financial and economic benefits, and to a large extent, NRW programs can be self-financing—rapid revenue gains from commercial loss reduction,
This guide reviews the necessary steps to successfully engage and manage a public-private partnership (PPP) from the early stages. It presents a framework that highlights the requirements, options, and
A growing number of governments are interested in partnering with the private sector to provide public infrastructure assets and services. The PPP Reference Guide aims to assist them. The Guide tackles
This PPIAF-funded report aims to discuss and disseminate information on how Islamic finance has been applied in infrastructure projects through PPP schemes, what the structural challenges and solutions
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This session will focus on the maximization of Green Finance, in particular the development of conventional green finance, i.e. green bonds and green loans, the important role of Islamic green finance,
This session will discuss the implications of this “New World Order” for infrastructure, impacting cost, access, and usage. It will examine how policy-makers and private companies should respond to in
This session will focus on emerging global, national, and sub-regional institutional arrangements (standards, agreements, policies, laws, and regulations) that will enhance infrastructure sustainabilit
This session will focus on how the last mile challenge can be tied to global and national policy agendas and the role of new technologies in achieving inclusive and sustainable development to help achi
The world is facing a substantial infrastructure spending deficit. In 2016, McKinsey estimated $3.3 trillion of investment per annum (or approx. 3.8% of GDP), in economic infrastructure is required to
Digital and other technological applications can help drive the planning, construction, and operation and maintenance cycles of sustainable infrastructure offering a profound change to the delivery and