These tools can help governments assess whether their country has an adequate framework to process and implement PPPs. They include, among others, tools to assess a country’s institutional framework, the legal and regulatory framework, and the procurement and contract management capacity with the aim of implementing transparent, efficient, and sustainable PPP projects. These tools can also be used as guides to identify areas of improvement and implement reform. As each country has unique challenges, needs, and specific capacities to implement PPPs, each country should address its own opportunities and challenges to assess whether the local environment would enable or hinder a PPP. The advisory services of our MDB partners can also provide expertise as well as peer-to-peer learning opportunities.