Infrastructure & Public-Private Partnerships

Within Pacific communities, vulnerability from climate impacts is also not evenly distributed, with the poorest and most vulnerable, including women, often bearing the most significant burden.

Abidah B. Setyowati, Lachlan McDonald, John Cox|

To capture the immediate and ongoing effects of the eruption of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai submarine volcano, the World Bank carried out phone surveys in partnership with the Governments of…

Shohei Nakamura, Utz Pape|

The substantial infrastructure needs in Sub-Saharan Africa cannot be met without sizeable private-sector financing. Anecdotal evidence from a recent IFC study shows improved regulatory frameworks…

Zivanemoyo Chinzara, Sebastien Dessus, Stephan Dreyhaupt|

Digital public infrastructure can enable essential society-wide functions and services such as identification, payments, and data exchange.

Vyjayanti T Desai, Jonathan Marskell, Georgina Marin, Minita Varghese|

While infrastructure has been perceived as gender-neutral, it can be deeply exclusionary if masculine sensibilities solely determine the design. How can private investors incentivize gender…

Luciana Guimaraes Drummond e Silva|
Infrastructure & Public-Private Partnerships