In Nigeria, where years of political instability, and poor governance have meant insufficient investments in infrastructure and basic services, a PPP project in Cross River State will provide affordable health services to over 500,000 residents.
Handshake #9 examines PPPs in post-conflict countries and offers proven strategies from countries that have successfully coordinated the agendas of early relief, economic recovery and reconstruction, and longer-term development.
Emerging Partnerships, a new publication by IFC and IJ. recognizes the 40 best PPPs in emerging markets today, demonstrating the potential of PPPs to effectively finance and operate public services in infrastructure, health and education.
IFC provides advice on designing and implementing public-private partnership (PPP) transactions to national and municipal governments to improve infrastructure and access to basic services such as water, power, health and education.
Our advice helps governments achieve long-term economic growth and better living standards by harnessing the potential of the private sector to increase access, enhance quality, and improve efficiency in public services.