Joint‐Use Schools Projects (Projects 1 & 2) Public‐Private Partnership: Value for Money Assessment Report

Saskatchewan is growing – both its economy and population size have experienced an unprecedented increase over the past several years. This continued growth has placed pressure on enrolment in some existing schools.

The Saskatchewan Government is responding by building 18 new publicly owned and operated elementary schools on nine joint‐use sites in four of the province’s fastest growing communities: Martensville, Regina, Saskatoon, and Warman.

Performance of Public Private Partnerships in delivering Education services: The Case of Universal Secondary Education Policy Implementation in Uganda

After implementing the Universal Primary Education policy for 10 years, Uganda initiated the Universal Secondary Education (USE) policy in 2007. The objective of the USE initiative was to equitably increase access to secondary education. The policy is implemented by public secondary schools as well as through a Public-Private Partnership (USE PPP) between the Ministry of Education and Sports and selected private secondary schools—mainly in sub counties without any public secondary schools.

Lebanon: Butec Utility Services

Recurring episodes of conflict and a challenging political-economy in Lebanon have contributed to serious power shortages in the country that reduce the quality of life for Lebanese citizens, and continue to be a burden to the public budget. The Government of Lebanon (GoL) has made power sector reform a top priority and encouraged private sector participation in the process. International Finance Corporation (IFC) and the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA), assisted Butec Group Holding S.A.L.

Challenges and opportunities in public-private partnerships (PPPs) for housing low-income earners in Nigeria

This chapter relies on systematic review of published literature and empirical data derived from a research conducted between December 2014 and March 2015 involving oral interviews with experts in nine PPP housing projects in the six-geopolitical zones of Nigeria. It contributes to knowledge by improving understanding of the PPP experience in housing in Nigeria and the opportunities in PPP in housing for the low low-income earners in urban Nigeria. The chapter proceeds in five distinct sections.

Service delivery and public-private partnership in Addis Ababa exhibition center and market development enterprise: prospectis and challenges

Public Private Partnership (PPP) is a public instruments in which the private sector participates in the provision of infrastructure and services. It involves a contract for a private entity to deliver public infrastructure-based services. This study was conducted in Addis Ababa exhibition Center and Market Development Enterprise with the major aim of assessing the challenges and prospects of implementing of PPP in the study area.

Elazig Hospital PPP

EBRD is demonstrating new ways of financing by promoting the participation of untapped investor classes in the sector, thereby enabling the diversification of funding sources and providing depth to the Programme. EBRD is also promoting the introduction of non-conventional funding solutions to finance infrastructure projects in the Bank's region, in particular debt capital market financing.

The Future of Asian and Pacific Cities: Transformative Pathways Towards Sustainable Urban Development

The report focuses on four essentials that cities must get right. Urban and territorial planning, strengthening resilience to future risks, supporting the effective interplay between people and technology, and financing tools, all of which are essential to deliver sustainable smart cities in our region. With three to five future policy pathways per chapter, the report offers ways to seize these opportunities and realize sustainable urban development by 2030.

Municipal Pooled Financing of Infrastructure in the United States: Experience and Lessons

The structure of the paper is as follows. Section 2 reviews the rationale, origin and types of pooled financing in the United States, and how pooled financing relates to the overall regulatory framework for the subnational bond market in the country. Section 3 provides an overview of legal, governance, managerial and financial operation of municipal bond banks. Section 4 discusses the potential role of pooled financing in developing countries and draws lessons from the United States experience. Section 5 concludes.