Editor's Note: Here at the PPP Blog, our New Year’s resolution is to bring you global perspectives on PPPs – and one way to do this is by introducing you to the PPP professionals who do the…

Nico Saporiti |

In my last post, I mentioned that battle-hardened cognoscenti of the PPP industry never imagined, before the launch of the PPP Knowledge Lab, that they would be able to access all of the PPP-…

Matthew Jordan-Tank |

As I look over the arc of my participation in the infrastructure sector with development banks, which began in the Inter-American Development Bank in Latin America in the late 1990s and has…

Matthew Jordan-Tank |

Villoresi irrigation canal in Italy Credit: Nico Saporiti The intake of the Villoresi irrigation canal is a monumental structure of classical beauty: it tames the blue waters of the River Ticino,…

Nico Saporiti |

Stanley K. Kamau is the Director of Kenya’s PPP Unit and is responsible for overall coordination, promotion, and oversight implementation of the country’s PPP program. Appointed in early 2010, he…

Stanley K. Kamau |

Also available in: Español 中文 The latest Global Update on Private Participation in Infrastructure (PPI) for the first half of 2015, available today from the World Bank Group’s Private…

Clive Harris, Jenny Chao |

A rendering of the south section of I-77 near Oaklawn Avenue in Charlotte. Credit: NCDOT communications “In my mind, I’m goin’ to Carolina, ” sang North Carolina native James Taylor – but he…

Cledan Mandri-Perrott |

Kandadji Dam site in December 2012 It’s the classic conundrum that governments typically grapple with. Which projects are most beneficial in the long-term? How do large, expensive projects impact…

Niger Macroeconomic and Fiscal Team |

I had an engaging conversation with a group of employees of a multilateral development bank (MDB) early this month. It began with a very direct question: Why should MDBs support  Public Private…

Marcos Siqueira |