An analysis as published in Foreign Policy (www.foreignpolicy.com) is being shared here. 

By       Naresh Bana, Member Executive Committee, WAPPP| Executive Vice Chairman, Indo Sri Lanka Chamber of Commerce and Industry | Managing Director BBV Consultants LLP      ........

PPP projects all over the world depend on human resources for successful completion. No matter how much mechanisation you may have, the man behind machine is needed. Automation and mechanisation have impacted the use of skilled, semi-skilled and unskilled human involvement in project construction. There are many construction tasks which are now automated to a fair degree

By .. Thibaut MOURGUES, Member Executive Committee, WAPPP and Managing Partner at 4IP Group....

 

In a time of emergency such as what we are all currently experiencing, many people tend to believe that Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) are not the most suitable tool to contribute to the fight against a pandemic. The reason is that PPPs in the meaning of the World Bank usually refer to infrastructure projects that require

 By François Bergère, LongTerm Infrastructure Investors Association   (Image Credit Spencer Platt, Getty Images Copyright 2020 Getty Images)

 ADP (Aeroports de Paris) privatization has been put off to better times. Brookfield AM has just shelved its plan to sell a port terminal in Australia. All around the world, infra asset sales are delayed due to travel ban preventing prospective buyers to view the asset on site, and to public markets free fall.

By Domingo Peñalver and Ziad Alexandre Hayek

U.N. Sustainable Development Goal No. 17 (“Partnerships”) helped give impetus for Public-Private Partnership (PPP) to be globally recognized as an advanced tool for socio-economic development. Indeed, there is now sufficient background information to show

By Andrea Stucchi 

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The global healthcare landscape Governments today face a wide range of complex healthcare challenges spurred by changing demographics, a growing burden of chronic disease, rising healthcare costs, more informed patients and rapidly changing healthcare technologies.

Additional investment in health will be needed in many countries, particularly in developing countries like Afghanistan where healthcare infrastructure remains inadequate, and facilities lack the necessary management skills and patient care workforce to address the growing demands of caring for their population.

 

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Value for People & Value for the Future: An Insight into the Social Value of Development Infrastructure Delivered Through PPP/DFBOM Arrangements

Recently, new indicators on the convenience of public-private partnership (PPP) deals in general, and Design-Finance-Build-Operate-Maintenance (DFBOM) arrangements in particular, have appeared in a public scenario introduced by the World Association of PPP Units and Professionals (WAPPP). The aim of this post and others forthcoming is to present them and show how they can be used to enhance the transparency and convenience of PPP globally.

PPP becomes a critical paradigm for many countries intending to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In principle, PPP deals are only justified when providing sufficient Value for money (VfM) to the concerned society, meaning what the government promoting the investment judges to be an optimal combination for the project in terms of cost savings, risk mitigation, quality and innovation. It is worthwhile noting, however, that very few academic studies have been attempted to develop a proper framework to guide and appraise such optimal combination (VfM) despite its importance. PPP schemes are usually country-specific and determined by existing legal, economic, institutional, administrative and political frameworks.