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The Public-Private Partnership Reference Guide has been downloaded more than 18,000 times since it was first launched in 2012. The Guide’s popularity reflects its value. The Guide offers:
  • A solid overview of the core elements of public-private partnerships (PPPs); and
  • A rich collection of references to the best-available PPP-related materials.
The 3rd version of the PPP Reference Guide has just been published. Like its predecessors, it provides in-depth coverage of PPP basics, the PPP framework, and the steps involved in the PPP process.
 
This version, however, offers several additions and improvements that add greater value to PPP practitioners:  The Guide also includes numerous examples and case studies that shed light on PPP issues in different sectors and regions.
 
Going forward, we will publish monthly posts that highlight specific sections of the Guide, illustrating how seasoned practitioners and novices alike can use it to strengthen their knowledge of PPPs and apply it to real-world developmental challenges.
 
Sign up for our newsletter to keep abreast of the latest PPP developments and updates to the Guide. Additional PPP resources are available on the PPP Knowledge Lab.
 
The PPP Reference Guide Version 3 is a joint product of the World Bank Group, Asian Development Bank (ADB), European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), Global Infrastructure Hub, the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), Islamic Development Bank (IsDB), Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), and the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP).
 
We look forward to hearing from you: Flagging a new World Bank Group consultation on the Guidelines for the Development of a Policy for Managing Unsolicited Proposals in Infrastructure Projects. Submit your feedback here - open through May 7, 2017.

Authors

Olivier Fremond

Advisor, Public-Private Partnerships Group, The World Bank

Rui Monteiro

Senior PPP Specialist

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Abdullahi Musa Argungu
April 25, 2017

This is a great move to keep people informed and is the best way to be up to date as working toolstools.

Sivan YS
April 25, 2017

For health related projects, the social determinants of health (SDH) angle must be taken into consideration. There should be a mandatory component on SDH in health-related (including the wider 'health system') proposals to make them feasible and sustainable.

Rodolfo Moreno
April 30, 2017

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Abdullahi Musa Argungu
May 01, 2017

This is a great move to keep people informed and is the best way to be up to date as working toolstools.

Nana Joshua
May 04, 2017

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Bashir Maidugu
May 07, 2017

Great work. Tremendous effort. Excellent tool in PPP knowledge development. Congratulations. In efforts to eliminate poverty around the world through infrastructural development, I suggest a study of peculiar African challenges in PPP should be prioritized. E.g. PPPs in agriculture .