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2018
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Implementing the United Nations Agenda for Sustainable Development through effective “People-first Public Private Partnerships
The ECE supports the use of global partnerships for sustainable development and has produced this standard to provide guidance to governments considering the use of People-first Public-Private Partnerships5 to deliver investment in railway infrastructure as a way of meeting the Goals.
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United Nations (UN)
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Multi-sector
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2018
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The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals raise a new challenge to Public-Private Partnerships, which have traditionally been designed as a “value for money” tool with very little regard to eradicating poverty and serving the poor. Overall, it can be said that not all Public-Private Partnerships are “fit for purpose” for the Sustainable Development Goals, nor is there a guarantee that the traditional Public-Private Partnerships model will lead to the successf...
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United Nations (UN)
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Multi-sector
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2018
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The present document contains the ECE Declaration on a Zero Tolerance Approach to Corruption in Public-Private Partnerships Procurement aimed at facilitating the voluntary1 implementation and dissemination of the ECE Standard on a Zero Tolerance Approach to Corruption in Public-Private Partnerships Procurement contained in document ECE/CECI/WP/PPP/2017/4 and adopted by the Committee on Innovation, Competitiveness and Public-Private Partnerships.
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United Nations (UN)
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Multi-sector
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2018
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The following document contains 10 guiding principles on People-first Public-Private Partnerships in response to paragraph 48 of the Addis Ababa Action Agenda on Financing for Development. The United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (ECE) Team of Specialists on Public-Private Partnerships launched the work on the guiding principles at its eighth and final session in October 2016. Since then, various drafts of the guiding principles were discussed on numerous occasions with ...
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United Nations (UN)
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Multi-sector  
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2018
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14
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101
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Bahamas, The
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PPIAF,World Bank Group (WBG)
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1
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95
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Vietnam
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PPIAF,World Bank Group (WBG)
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2018
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6
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90
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Vietnam
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PPIAF,World Bank Group (WBG)
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2018
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1
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94
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Malaysia
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PPIAF,World Bank Group (WBG)
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2018
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4
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91
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Thailand
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PPIAF,World Bank Group (WBG)
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2018
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16
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89
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Bahamas, The
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PPIAF,World Bank Group (WBG)
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water
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2018
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2
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90
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Malaysia
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PPIAF,World Bank Group (WBG)
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2018
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6
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83
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Vietnam
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PPIAF,World Bank Group (WBG)
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2018
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35
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89
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Vietnam
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PPIAF,World Bank Group (WBG)
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2018
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17
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91
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Thailand
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PPIAF,World Bank Group (WBG)
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2018
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89
In 2005, Vietnam’s largest city, Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), did not have enough water supply to meet demand. More than 40 percent of the water produced was lost as leakage. Supply was intermittent. To increase supply to customers, the state-owned water utility, Saigon Water Corporation (SAWACO), competitively procured a contractor to enter a performance-based contract (PBC) for non-revenue water (NRW) reduction, with a focus on leakage reduction in one of its six hydraulic zones. In a ...
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Vietnam
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PPIAF,World Bank Group (WBG)
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2018
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Innovative Climate Finance for Sustainable Infrastructure
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, and the role of climate mitigation instruments, such as catastrophe insurance products.
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2018
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Financing the Global Infrastructure Gap ̶ Development and Innovation in Financing Modalities for Sustainable Infrastructure and De-risking
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 dynamic new world and how financiers can take advantage of the new asset opportunities.
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2018
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Good Practices in Scaling Up Investments in Infrastructure: Sustainability and Governance
This session will focus on emerging global, national, and sub-regional institutional arrangements (standards, agreements, policies, laws, and regulations) that will enhance infrastructure sustainability. It will present lessons learned about the linkages between infrastructure sustainability and governance, identify measures and good practices to monitor and evaluate social and environmental impacts throughout the project lifecycle, build on and consolidate joint MDB work on ensuring good ...
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2018
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Achieving the Last Mile through Technology
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 achieve access, increase employment, and reduce poverty.
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2018
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The MDBs – Catalyzing Private Finance
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 support projected regional growth to 2030. In Asia alone, the ADB estimates the climate adjusted funding requirement to be $1.7 trillion per annum. This session will discuss how the multilateral development banks (MDBs), both individually and jointly, crowd in greater priv...
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Multi-sector (i.e. for infrastructure in general) 
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2018
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Sustainable Infrastructure through Technology
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 operation of public infrastructure in the 21st century. This session will discuss the ways in which technology can enhance the provision of more sustainable and effective infrastructure, how technology can help countries achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, and...
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ICT (Information and Communications Technology)
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2017
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The Renewable Energy Policy 2016 aims to contribute to long term energy security of the State as wel as ecological security by reduction in carbon emission and create skilled & semi-skilled manpower resources through promotion of technical and other related training facilities. The Policy facilitates development of manufacturing units and Research & Development in the Renewable Energy sector.
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India
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Government of India
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energy
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2017
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As the World Bank and partners aim to support governments in the Middle East and North Africa address the challenges that confront the water and sanitation sector, the development of an effective regulatory framework is seen as increasingly salient. The objective of this study is to collect information through a regulatory lens and present it to serve as part of the foundation for sector reviews and operations.The report is part of a wider World Bank initiative to provide government offici...
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PPIAF,World Bank Group (WBG)
Sector
water
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2018
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6
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The purpose of this Report is to present and discuss ‘recommended’ language in respect of a selection of these typically encountered provisions. The ‘recommendations’ contained in this Report are not meant to be prescriptive – specifically, they are not mandatory clauses for use in all PPP transactions which the World Bank Group financially supports. Instead, the objective of this document is to set out contractual language that has been found to be app...
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PPIAF,World Bank Group (WBG)
Sector
Multi-sector
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2018
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268
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676
During the first half of 2018, private investment commitments in energy, transport, information and communication technologies (ICT) backbone, and water infrastructure in low- and middle-income countries totaled US$43.5 billion across 164 projects.
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World Bank Group (WBG)
Sector
Multi-sector (i.e. for infrastructure in general)