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Published:
2020
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84
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320
This report Public-Private Partnerships in Land Administration: Analytical and Operational Frameworks was developed to address knowledge gaps, advance the thinking on how PPPs can be implemented in land administration with appropriate risk mitigation, and explore how the World Bank and other development partners may engage in financing and building capacity in land administration. With its analytical assessments and operational tools, the report intends to support governments (land agencie...
Contributor
PPIAF,World Bank Group (WBG),Global Partnership for Results-Based Approaches (GPRBA)
Topic
PPP Policy,Governance
Published:
2019
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188
Views:
201
Countries
Jordan
Contributor
World Bank Group (WBG)
Sector
Transport,roads and highways
Published:
2020
Downloads:
553
Views:
576
Countries
Burkina Faso
Sector
power
Contributor
ILF Consulting Engineers
Published:
2020
Downloads:
327
Views:
600
Countries
Burkina Faso
Sector
power
Contributor
ILF Consulting Engineers
Published:
2020
Downloads:
436
Views:
581
Countries
Burkina Faso
Sector
power
Contributor
ILF Consulting Engineers
Published:
2020
Downloads:
570
Views:
1432
CASE STUDIES
One of the most common, but least written about, public policy instruments implemented by governments to encourage private finance has been the establishment of Public Infrastructure Funds (PIFs). At this point, readers may ask "what are PIFs?" One of the benefits of PIFs is that they are unique, adapted to meet specific country contexts, but conversely this can make them hard to accurately define. Put simply, they are a specific type of infrastructure financing fund that uses pu...
Contributor
PPIAF,Inter-American Development Bank (IDB),World Bank Group (WBG)
Sector
Multi-sector (i.e. for infrastructure in general) 
Topic
Financing
Published:
2020
Downloads:
956
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21707
IDENTIFYING KEY DESIGN FEATURES AND SUCCESS FACTORS FOR PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE FUNDS
One of the most common, but least written about, public policy instruments implemented by governments to encourage private finance has been the establishment of Public Infrastructure Funds (PIFs). At this point, readers may ask "what are PIFs?" One of the benefits of PIFs is that they are unique, adapted to meet specific country contexts, but conversely this can make them hard to accurately define. Put simply, they are a specific type of infrastructure financing fund that uses pu...
Contributor
PPIAF,Inter-American Development Bank (IDB),World Bank Group (WBG)
Sector
Multi-sector (i.e. for infrastructure in general) 
Topic
Financing
Published:
2020
Downloads:
262
Views:
479
To close its infrastructure gap, Latin America and the Caribbean needs more than investment in new structures. It needs to become more efficient at investing in infrastructure and regulating a new range of services that have the potential to disrupt the energy, transport, and water sectors. The technological revolution makes a future with quality services possible, but not inevitable. This book offers policy options for countries to improve the access, quality, and affordability of service...
Contributor
Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
Sector
Multi-sector (i.e. for infrastructure in general) 
Published:
2020
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1143
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304
The COVID-19 pandemic presents an unforeseen major shock to the global economy and has affected infrastructure projects, and in particular PPPs, at all stages and in all sectors with implications for governments, providers of infrastructure assets and services, their financiers, and users. The impact of the pandemic has underscored the importance of strengthening key provisions in PPP legal frameworks to ensure that resilience to global disasters, like pandemics, and other kinds of externa...
Contributor
World Bank Group (WBG)
Sector
Multi-sector (i.e. for infrastructure in general) 
Topic
PPP Legal Framework
Published:
2020
Downloads:
239
Views:
245
Road Transport, Electricity, and Water & Sanitation Services in East Asia, South Asia & the Pacific Islands
This report provides an overview of infrastructure provision in three key economic sectors—road transport, electricity, and water and sanitation—as an initial step towards building a more extensive body of knowledge on the health of infrastructure provision worldwide. Geographically, this report focuses on two of the world’s fastest growing regions, East Asia and Pacific (EAP) and South Asia (SAR), which also account for approximately 35.8 percent of the world’s ext...
Contributor
World Bank Group (WBG)
Sector
Transport,energy,water,power,electricity,sanitation and sewerage,Roads 
Published:
2016
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95
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234
Report No: ACS18763
Sustainable development goals (SDGs) placed access to basic services at the center of international development in 2016-2030. Out of 17 goals, five address the access of poor people to basic services: to health in SDG3, to education in SDG4, and SDG5, to water and sanitation in SDG6, to energy in SDG7, and to urban services in SDG11. The mutually reinforcing relationship between electricity access, economic development, and poverty reduction is well established. The SDGs framed access to b...
Contributor
Global Partnership on Output-Based Aid (GPOBA),Global Partnership for Results-Based Approaches (GPRBA)
Sector
energy
Published:
2019
Downloads:
592
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382
Strengthening the regulatory, institutional, and funding frameworks
The World Bank has been the main source of Vietnam’s IWT investment finance for more than a decade, but investment needs remain large and future sources of finance will need to be diversified. This report, prepared by a World Bank team, examines the current regulatory framework, institutional structure, and funding framework for IWT. The report suggests measures to strengthen infrastructure, regulatory, management, and the funding framework. Taken together, these measures would impro...
Countries
Vietnam
Contributor
World Bank Group (WBG)
Sector
Transport
Published:
2018
Downloads:
104
Views:
243
This report is a key analytical study of the project and is centered on addressing the knowledge gaps and providing technological recommendations on EE improvement and NRW reduction to generate positive impacts in the water sector in Vietnam. The main objectives of the report are to expand and disseminate knowledge on issues related to EE in the water and wastewater sectors and to inform the development of the national program for NRW reduction and EE improvement practices in the water sec...
Countries
Vietnam
Contributor
World Bank Group (WBG)
Sector
non-revenue water (NRW),water
Published:
2019
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48
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53
Private sector financing in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) has been mostly limited to a mix of green- and brownfield road projects, mainly in urban areas. The scale of these projects has been limited: it is estimated that private financing for the upgrade and maintenance of road networks accounts for less than 10 percent of global road financing needs in emerging markets and even less in SSA. This lack of private funding has left local governments with the task of mobilizing enough money to carr...
Contributor
World Bank Group (WBG)
Sector
Transport,Roads 
Published:
2019
Downloads:
797
Views:
232
Countries
Morocco
Contributor
World Bank Group (WBG)
Published:
2020
Downloads:
574
Views:
253
Contributor
International Finance Corporation (IFC)
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93
Views:
231
Published:
2019
Downloads:
176
Views:
286
Contributor
World Bank Group (WBG)
Sector
energy
Published:
2019
Downloads:
102
Views:
254
Countries
Ethiopia
Contributor
PPIAF
Sector
Telecommunications
Published:
2020
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1434
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719
Contributor
PPIAF
Published:
2020
Downloads:
266
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313
The Model Legislative Provisions and the Legislative Guide on Public-Private Partnerships were prepared by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) and adopted at its fifty-second session (Vienna, 8–19 July 2019).1 In addition to representatives of member States of the Commission, representatives of many other States and of several international organizations, both intergovernmental and non-governmental, participated actively in the preparatory work. The Mo...
Contributor
United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL)
Topic
PPP Legal Framework,PPP Policy,PPP Law
Published:
2019
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303
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289
New Policy Solutions to Old Problems
The situation of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in Latin America and the Caribbean continues to be dire. This book uses an original database of SOE performance that shows that every year about one-third of such enterprises in the region report losses (up to 70 percent in some countries) and that they require between 0.3 and one percentage point of GDP in fiscal transfers to cover such losses. Countries in the region have adopted centralized agency monitoring of their SOEs, managed to reduc...
Contributor
Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
Topic
Governance
Published:
2020
Downloads:
149
Views:
319
Led by WAPPP and APMG International, this webinar recording discusses the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on PPP projects and programs, how to deal with its repercussions, lessons learned and opportunities that might come out of it. 
Contributor
APMG International,World Association of PPP Units and Professionals (WAPPP)
Published:
2020
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202
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330
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN PRACTICE
The Public Investment Management Reference Guide aims to fill the gap between what should be done and the immediate demand for pragmatic guidance from countries on how to adapt the implied reforms. It conveys country experiences and good international practices as a basis for decisions on how to address a country-specific PIM reform agenda. The country references are drawn largely from previous diagnostics and technical assistance work of the World Bank.
Contributor
World Bank Group (WBG)
Topic
Governance
Published:
2020
Downloads:
692
Views:
397
Quick Reads on InfraFinance
Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) can sometimes be perceived as a means for delivering infrastructure for free. A more nuanced view is that they are a mechanism to overcome fiscal constraints, a tool to realize public investments—especially large public infrastructure—when the government does not have the resources to implement these projects on budget. Some argue, and perhaps rightly so, that often governments enter PPP contracts without fully understanding their fiscal impli...
Contributor
World Bank Group (WBG)
Sector
Multi-sector (i.e. for infrastructure in general) 
Topic
Fiscal Risks