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Nepal

PPP Indicators

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Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
NEA Tanahun HPP Electricity 2012 $462.20
Kathmandu-Kulekhani-Hetauda Tunnel Highway Roads 2015 $350.00
DGPC/TATA Dagacchu HPP Electricity 2008 $201.50
Green Ventures Likhu IV HPP Electricity 2012 $192.00
Chilime Rasuwagadhi HPP Electricity 2012 $159.00
Chilime Madhya Bhotekoshi HPP Electricity 2012 $153.00
Khimti Khola Hydropower Project Electricity 1994 $125.70
Kabeli-A HPP Electricity 2014 $108.60
Upper Bhote Koshi Hydropower Plant Electricity 1996 $98.20
Himal Upper Bothekoshi SHPP Electricity 1998 $98.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Kathmandu-Kulekhani-Hetauda Tunnel Highway Roads 2015 $350.00
Kabeli-A HPP Electricity 2014 $108.60
Khare Khola Hydropower Project Electricity 2014 $39.30
Unique Baramchi SHPP Electricity 2014 $0.00
NEA Tanahun HPP Electricity 2012 $462.20
Green Ventures Likhu IV HPP Electricity 2012 $192.00
Chilime Rasuwagadhi HPP Electricity 2012 $159.00
Chilime Madhya Bhotekoshi HPP Electricity 2012 $153.00
Hiraratna Tadi Khola SHPP Electricity 2012 $0.00
Molnia Mailung Khola SHPP Electricity 2012 $0.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Kathmandu-Kulekhani-Hetauda Tunnel Highway Roads 2015 $350.00
DGPC/TATA Dagacchu HPP Electricity 2008 $201.50
Green Ventures Likhu IV HPP Electricity 2012 $192.00
Chilime Rasuwagadhi HPP Electricity 2012 $159.00
Chilime Madhya Bhotekoshi HPP Electricity 2012 $153.00
Khimti Khola Hydropower Project Electricity 1994 $125.70
Kabeli-A HPP Electricity 2014 $108.60
Upper Bhote Koshi Hydropower Plant Electricity 1996 $98.20
Himal Upper Bothekoshi SHPP Electricity 1998 $98.00
Chilime Sanjen HPP Electricity 2011 $86.00
Project Name Sector Financial Closure Year Investment ($US Million)
Kathmandu-Kulekhani-Hetauda Tunnel Highway Roads 2015 $350.00
Kabeli-A HPP Electricity 2014 $108.60
Khare Khola Hydropower Project Electricity 2014 $39.30
Unique Baramchi SHPP Electricity 2014 $0.00
Green Ventures Likhu IV HPP Electricity 2012 $192.00
Chilime Rasuwagadhi HPP Electricity 2012 $159.00
Chilime Madhya Bhotekoshi HPP Electricity 2012 $153.00
Hiraratna Tadi Khola SHPP Electricity 2012 $0.00
Molnia Mailung Khola SHPP Electricity 2012 $0.00
Chilime Sanjen HPP Electricity 2011 $86.00

Infrastructure Indicators

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GCI Infrastructure Score

The Global Competitiveness Index (GCI)  is published in the Global Competitiveness Report and assesses the competitiveness landscape of 140 economies. The GCI Infrastructure Score is a component of the overall index and covers transport, electricity and telephony infrastructure. 

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2.15/7

GCI Score as of 2015-2016
GCI Infrastructure Score 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

PPP Framework

Agencies

Project Coordination Committee under the chairmanship of the Vice-Chairman of the National Planning Commission. 

Law

The provisions of the Act Relating to Private Sector Investment in the Construction and Operation of the Infrastructure first came into effect in the form of an ordinance on 22 August 2003. Though it was ratified as an act on 14 December 2006, it had retroactive effect to 12 August 2006.

Laws and policies

No dedicated PPP Law.

PPP Procurement Benchmarking

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Resources

    • 2012
    • United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

    Public-Private Partnership in Solid Waste Management in Biratnagar, Nepal

    Solid waste management has traditionally been a distinctly municipal responsibility in Nepal. The ineffective governance of the authorities responsible for solid waste management has led to the presence of significant amounts of unmanaged waste in cities around the country. Rapid and unplanned urban growth has exerted tremendous pressure on the urban environment and solid waste is visibly the worst environmental problem in many urban areas in the country.

    • 2011
    • Asian Development Bank (ADB)

    Public-Private Partnership Infrastructure Projects: Case Studies from the Republic of Korea

    Volume 2: Cases of Build-Transfer-Operate Projects for Ports and Build-Transfer-Lease Projects for Education Facilities

    The Republic of Korea has rich experience in implementing PPP projects for almost a decade. This experience provides valuable lessons for most DMCs and that merits wider dissemination. The two-volume report prepared by the Korea Development Institute (KDI) presents an in-depth assessment of the different components of PPP framework of the Republic of Korea, including comparing and contrasting the success factors of the Korean PPP model with the experience of other countries through invited presentations on PPP frameworks and multisector case studies. This publication aims to support the efforts of DMCs engaged in the development of appropriate institutional PPP framework and regulatory reforms along with a well-defined and...

    • 2010
    • Yogita Mumssen, Lars Johannes, and Geeta Kumar
    • World Bank Group (WBG)

    Output Based Aid: Lessons Learned and Best Practices

    OBA projects are delivering a range of essential services, from improved water supply to electricity access, reproductive health services, roads, telephone and Internet access, and education. OBA is also encouraging service providers to improve operational efficiency and provide innovative service solutions. For instance, a scheme in Nepal is subsidizing approximately 37,300 biogas plants for rural households to increase access to clean and affordable energy for cooking and lighting. Another project in Kenya is combining OBA with microfinance to enable small communitybased water providers in 55 communities to connect poor households to water services. This book contains many other examples. The authors also identify some cross-cutting...

    • 2012
    • John Kjorstad
    • World Bank Group (WBG)

    To Get to the Other Side

    Not unlike the philosophical musings that ponder the origin of the chicken and the egg, a similar causality puzzle has long perplexed city planners and proponents of road and rail infrastructure—if you build it, will they come? Planners need to know that when they build a new road or rail connection, people will use it, justifying the cost of such expensive infrastructure. Cities with strong regional and international transportation links are more likely to have robust economies, but what drives their economic growth: the resourcefulness of a community, or its ability to efficiently connect and interact with a wider group?

Date last reviewed: December 21, 2016

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