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Annual Report

Results by Advisory

Our experience shows that companies need more than financial investment to thrive.

To help the private sector in emerging markets, IFC provides advice, problem solving, and training to companies, industries, and governments.

Public-Private Partnerships

We help governments design and implement public-private partnerships in infrastructure and other basic public services. Our advice helps governments achieve long-term economic growth and better living standards by harnessing the potential of the private sector to increase access to public services such as electricity, water, health, and education while enhancing their quality and efficiency. At the end of FY11, we had an active portfolio of 67 projects in 41 countries, valued at about $91 million. Our project expenditures totaled $27.8 million. In all, half of project expenditures attributable to individual countries went to IDA countries, and 16 percent to fragile and conflict-affected countries

Project Expenditures by Product

Public-Private Partnerships

Public-Private Partnership Business Line

Product Cumulative Development Results
for Projects Active During CY10
Advisory Mandates 15 transactions successfully closed. The projects are expected to:

  • Generate $1.6 billion in fiscal revenue in Haiti, Jamaica, Maldives, Philippines, and Sierra Leone
  • Mobilize $1.6 billion in private investment in nine countries
  • Provide improved health services to 520,000 people in Brazil, India, and Mexico
  • Extend telephony reach to 1.5 million people in Haiti
  • Provide electricity to 350,000 people in Liberia and the Philippines
  • Improve air transport for 2.7 million people in Maldives and Jamaica
  • Improve road transport for 7.7 million people in Colombia and Brazil
Support for Extending Access (Small Infrastructure Advisory) A project in Uganda is expected to mobilize $400,000 in private investment and increase access to water for 15,000 people

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