Rapidly growing economies are increasingly faced by bottlenecks in provision of public infrastructure and services. There is increasingly awareness among transition economies, and least developed countries that not only budgetary constraints, but also lack of adequate regulatory and institutional frameworks, pose a hurdle to structuring innovative solutions to service delivery. GIZ’s Private Sector Cooperation Unit has developed an advisory service unit, entitled as ‘Capacity Development for Partnerships with the Private Sector (CDP)’ who mandated the publication of the PPP Guidelines with the idea of serving as a basic handbook on PPPs, and for readers to get an understanding of issues to be considered when structuring privately procured infrastructure and services.


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January 27, 2017


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