DevCo

CRITICAL MULTI-DONOR PARTNERSHIP FOR BANKABLE, TRANSPARENT, AND COMPETITIVELY TENDERED PPPS.

The Infrastructure Development Collaboration Partnership Fund (DevCo) is a multi-donor facility managed by IFC. DevCo is part of the Private Infrastructure Development Group (PIDG), and receives funding from the Austrian Development Corporation (ADA), the Austrian Federal Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands (DGIS), the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), and the UK Department for International Development (DFID).

DevCo provides advisory services to governments in the poorer (DAC I and II) countries to help them structure transactions that facilitate private sector participation in infrastructure projects. It covers the following infrastructure sectors: agribusiness, power and renewable energy, water and sanitation, telecommunications, transportation, solid waste, and other physical infrastructure services.


 

 

Total commitment: $15.6 million in donor funds committed to deals that reached financial close, $14.1 million in donor funds committed to active deals.


KEY DEVCO PRIORITIES

FRONTIER MARKETS

Our transactions create opportunities for private sector investment in the toughest environments, which are also in need for expertise and investment to improve access to basic services.

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TRANSFORMATIONAL DEALS

Through our transactions, we bring innovation and potential to transform an entire sector of an economy, and remove critical bottlenecks to economic development by providing access to critical infrastructure.

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PIONEERING DEALS

DevCo supports transactions that are often first of their kind involving private sector participation in a country and paving the way for future private investment opportunities.

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EMPOWERING ECONOMIC GROWTH

DevCo supports PPP transactions that remove critical infrastructure obstacles that stunt a country’s progress and economic growth.

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DEVCO TRANSACTION BRIEFS