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With IFC as transaction advisor, the government of Cross River State is structuring and implementing the first health public-private partnership (PPP) in Nigeria:
At a recent event co-sponsored with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Doha, IFC shared our unique perspective on public sector efforts to attract and leverage private sector climate finance through PPPs.
IFC recently held a seminar to increase the participation of Japanese companies and South African partners in public-private partnerships to help address Africa’s infrastructure needs
KPMG recognized IFC's Bahia Suburbio Hospital and Belo Horizonte Schools in its Infrastructure 100: World Cities Edition as models of how public-private partnerships can improve health and education for underserved Brazilians.
For millions of people in Africa, the simple gesture of turning a tap in order to get water is still a dream.

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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.

We work on the following types of transactions:   


  • Public-Private Partnerships (e.g. concessions, BOO, BOT).   
  • Management and lease contracts   
  • Restructuring and privatization of state-owned enterprises   
  • Upstream advisory work (regulatory, legal)    


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