PPP Webinars

Leveraging Islamic Finance to Maximize Finance for Development
Over the past two decades, Islamic finance has emerged as an important source of finance for a wide variety of infrastructure projects, through both public sector and public-private partnership (PPP) schemes. Amidst the dearth of conventional infrastructure financing, Islamic finance widens the...
Toll Road PPPs: Identifying, mitigating and managing traffic risk
Through PPP models, toll revenues can be used to enable fiscally-constrained governments to fund new road construction, improve existing roads, and ensure long-term high quality maintenance. However, the credit quality of these PPPs and the associated cost and availability of finance are heavily...
Improving Infrastructure Regulation for Countries Affected by Fragility, Conflict and Violence
To assist practitioners to be able to both develop much needed infrastructure and develop a viable regulatory system, the Public Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF) partnered with the University of Florida’s Public Utility Research Center to develop an updated Body of...
Virginia P3: How Proposals Are Identified and Screened for PPP Development
This webinar will seek to expand upon Virginia’s PPP selection process, especially in identification and screening. The webinar will also discuss how Virginia’s experience works within the U.S. federal, state, and local infrastructure, and how applicable this experience can be for developing...
Infrastructure Project Finance in 2016
Some countries and regions were successful in reviving their infrastructure project finance markets in 2015 compared with the previous year, others less so. Overall, there was a slight rise in volumes, with the transport and renewables sectors leading. In 2016, the trend so far has been toward...
Unified Framework for Feasibility Assessment: Identifying/Screening Projects for PPP Implementation in the Republic of Korea
The Republic of Korea has a long history of PPP. Its early experience consisted of individual legislation for specific projects. In 1994, the government began to formalize its process with the passing of the Act for the Promotion of Private Capital Investment in Social Overhead Capital, which...
An Attractive Environment: The Netherlands Approach to Identifying/Screening PPP Projects
The Netherlands has developed its PPP selection process over the past decade, paying special attention to streamlining and publicizing the process to attract potential investors.
Value for Money: Identifying/Screening PPP Proposals in South Africa
In 1997, the South African Cabinet approved an inter-departmental task team to create a package of policy, legislative, and institutional reforms to create an enabling environment for PPPs. To facilitate this work, several pioneering PPPs were carried out by the South African Roads Agency,...
Identifying/Screening Projects for PPP Implementation: Afghanistan
In 2015, the World Bank Group assisted the Government of Afghanistan in legal and regulatory reform to foster the growth of PPP. One of the products of this effort was the development of the PPP Suitability and Prioritization tool. This tool seeks to streamline the PPP process and ensure that...
Financing and Funding Kenyan PPPs – Emerging Trends and Issues
This webinar will look at the role of tolls, viability gap financing, and other forms of funding and financing required to make PPPs in Kenya successful. There will be a focus on issues in financing and funding Kenya’s flagship PPP projects in the transport and social sectors.