Ensuring Sustainability and Resilience in Public Private Partnerships

July 23, 2020
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By - Domingo Peñalver

Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) have proven to be useful to stimulate economic growth and social progress, especially in less developed countries. In countries with a higher degree of development, PPPs are especially suitable to ensure the economic feasibility of projects that require increased innovation. On the other hand, in some countries, private infrastructure financing is often the most adequate option to carry out certain investments in infrastructure that are necessary to ensure services that are essential for the socioeconomic activity, such as mobility and logistics. Such is the potential contribution of PPP to the sustainable development goals promoted by the United Nations (UN), that this instrument has been recognized as a global development tool (UN Sustainable Development Goal No. 17 ; “Partnerships”).

In this context, next July the 23th (5:00pm, Zurich time) the webinar organized by WAPPP “ENSURING THE SUSTAINABILITY AND RESILIENCE OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP PROJECTS” will take place. The aim of this event is to provide to decision makers, PPP practitioners and the rest of agents concerned a number of guidelines and cutting-edge tools that has proven to be useful in ensuring the sustainability and resilience of PPP projects. Free registration at: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_HqMZic-hQfWJzhEWV9D8lg