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2016
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671
PPIAF Annual Report 2016
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PPIAF
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2008
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646
 PPIAF Annual Report 2008
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PPIAF
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2014
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3373
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638
 PPIAF Annual Report 2014
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2015
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3371
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631
PPIAF Annual Report 2015
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PPIAF
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2010
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2774
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627
 PPIAF Annual Report 2010
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PPIAF
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2011
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2546
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624
 PPIAF Annual Report 2011
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2009
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3329
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623
PPIAF Annual Report 2009
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PPIAF
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2012
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3035
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610
 PPIAF Annual Report 2012
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2018
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1122
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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 identified for this paper as an “Expanded list of Fragile and Conflict-Affected States.” Economic and financial conditions, business environment, and rule of law are usually weaker in EFCS countries, raising private sector investment’s ris...
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PPIAF,World Bank Group (WBG)
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Multi-sector (i.e. for infrastructure in general) 
Published:
2016
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9100
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482
Full Report
Executive Summary: DownloadPDF (1.8 MB) Many economies are yet to adopt broadly recognized good practices to prepare, procure, and manage Public-Private Partnerships (PPP). This report flags potential improvements that can help governments fill the gap in an effort to provide better PPP procurement and enable better infrastructure service delivery to all. The report benc...
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World Bank Group (WBG)
Topic
Procurement
Published:
2007
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3902
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477
This book reviews the general policy issues which arise for the public sector in considering whether to adopt the PPP procurement route, and the specific application of this policy approach in PPP contracts. This book also offers a systematic and integrated approach to financing PPPs within this public-policy framework. A section on due diligence can be found in Section 6.5.
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PPP Structuring,Project Appraisal,Due Diligence,Financing
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Oxford University
Published:
2006
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2766
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425
 PPIAF Annual Report 2006
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PPIAF
Published:
2015
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592
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423
Transparent, competitive bidding is a sound way for the public sector to buy goods and services. It is also standard procedure for Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs). Besides reducing opportunities for corruption, this approach generally attempts to achieve the best value for money and is perceived as fair by all stakeholders. When the sums involved are big, for example, in large infrastructure projects, transparency in government procurement becomes even more critical. Unsurprisingly, com...
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PPIAF
Topic
Unsolicited Proposals,Financing,Unsolicited Proposals
Published:
2017
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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 are, and what can be done to deepen and maximize the use of Islamic finance for this purpose. This report has two broad dimensions. The first is to enhance the understanding of Islamic finance building blocks as they relate to financing infrastructure PPP projects, and the second, and p...
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PPIAF,Islamic Development Bank (IDB),World Bank Group (WBG)
Sector
Multi-sector (i.e. for infrastructure in general) 
Topic
Financing
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2001
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 PPIAF Annual Report 2001
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PPIAF
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2002
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2849
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403
 PPIAF Annual Report 2002
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PPIAF
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9247
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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, for example, can supply the OPEX and CAPEX funds needed to reduce the NRW. But these benefits often remain unrealized, because water service providers face many political, financial and technical hurdles. NRW PBCs (performance-based contracts) provide an opportunity to invite...
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PPIAF
Topic
Financing,PPP Structuring
Sector
non-revenue water (NRW),water
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2000
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3046
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400
 PPIAF Annual Report 2000
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PPIAF
Published:
2004
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2544
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398
 PPIAF Annual Report 2004
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PPIAF
Published:
2017
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396
Guidelines for the Development of a Policy for Managing Unsolicited Proposals in Infrastructure Projects
When it comes to infrastructure projects, “unsolicited proposals” (USPs) represent an alternative to the traditional project initiation method where the private sector, rather than the government, takes the leading role in identifying and developing a project. In practice, many public authorities across the world resort to USPs motivated by the perspective of solving the challenges brought by their lack of capacity to identify and develop projects. However, many projects that o...
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PPIAF,World Bank Group (WBG)
Topic
Unsolicited Proposals
Published:
2015
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486
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394
Fiscal Year 2015 (July 2014 – June 2015) brought significant changes to PPIAF. A new strategy was approved in 2014 by donors, and implementation began; specifically, PPIAF launched a number of large programmatic initiatives in the technical assistance field. In West Africa, we are supporting the West African Economic and Monetary Union, under which umbrella member countries create an institutional architecture to facilitate regional and national PPP projects. 
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PPIAF
Published:
2007
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2510
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394
 PPIAF Annual Report 2007
Published:
2005
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2745
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393
 PPIAF Annual Report 2005
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PPIAF
Published:
2012
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1214
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391
PPP Brief
The demand for electricity in Indonesia has grown quickly in the last decade. Facing greater consumption by industry, increasing residential demand, and a push to bring electricity to rural areas, the government aims to dramatically expand power generation and transmission capacity. In 2005, it designated a proposed new coal-fired power plant in Central Java as a top priority and moved to implement new regulations to attract private investment. IFC was transactio...
Countries
Indonesia
Contributor
World Bank Group (WBG)
Sector
energy,power,electricity,Fossil fuels,generation,Generation
Published:
2003
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2774
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390
 PPIAF Annual Report 2003
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PPIAF