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Download Note 1 PDF (0.6 MB) Download Note 2 PDF (1.7 MB) Download Note 3 PDF (3.2 MB)   Note 1 Assessing Operational PPP Portfolios This note discusses key operational consid
Since 2000 PPIAF has been providing technical assistance to the government of Uganda to create an environment that enables private investment in infrastructure. In particular a series of three technica
In the mid-2000s, a pioneering contract for privately operated water service in sections of Hubballi-Dharwad, Belagavi and Kalaburagi cities proved that 24/7 water service was possible in India. Until
Experience with PPPs to date in the Caribbean has been mixed. PPPs are not new in the region, having been used to deliver new or improved roads, ports, airports, bulk water treatment facilities, and el
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,
The time for action to build a better future and green recovery has never been stronger as we navigate the uncertainty of a world attempting to manage its way out of a triple crisis: debt sustainabilit
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Strategic investment funds (SIFs) are special-purpose investment vehicles backed by governments or public institutions that seek a double bottom line of financial and economic returns. They invest in,
This Guidance is intended for governments who wish to include public-private partnerships in their toolkit of methods for delivering infrastructure assets and services. It explains why a suitable PPP l
This report aims to advance the understanding of how to improve urban mobility in cities in SSA through building incrementally on the existing paratransit sector, informed by innovative data techniques
The World Bank estimates a significant funding gap in road safety of 260 billion to achieve SDG 3.6 and 11.2 in the next ten years, and recognizes that this gap cannot be closed through public funding
The time for action to build a better future and green recovery has never been stronger as we navigate the uncertainty of a world attempting to manage its way out of a triple crisis: debt sustainabilit