The financing gap in many countries, for current and prospective infrastructure needs far outstrip resources available. These budgetary constraints and the private sectors capacity and know-how, are two principle reasons why governments are adopting the use of Public Private Partnerships.
PPP SECTORS WE OPERATE
Appointed by Asian Development Bank to review the prevailing legal environment of Tajikistan and the PPP Law as enacted in 2012 and to identify areas for further improvement..
General/ PPP Projects
Providing assistance to the Kyrgyz Government drafting their Master Concession Agreement, advising and reporting on Policy, procurement, updating the PPP Law to comply with international requirements..
Advising the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan under a World Bank Adaptable Program Loan in developing feasibility studies for PPP Projects in extracurricular education..
Acting for the Infrastructure Finance and Public Private Partnerships Project Implementation Unit of the National Treasury of the Republic of Kenya and Kenya Railways..
The PPP Book
The PPP Book has been written to help people that are new to PPP and also those that wish to broaden their knowledge of the subject. It is based on extensive international experience of the team at Altra Capital who have been devising and implementing PPP strategies since modern PPP began more than 20 years ago. PPP has seen many changes and The PPP Book benefits from that intimate involvement in its evolution.