Africa lags behind in procuring and managing PPPs

posted by Su-San Sit
5 April 2018

Governments in Sub-Saharan Africa are falling behind in preparing, procuring and managing effective public-private partnerships (PPPs) that meet the needs of their citizens, according to the World Bank.

In its annual report, Procuring Infrastructure PPPs 2018, the World Bank said emerging markets and developing economies, such as Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, had turned to PPPs in order to tap private capital to accelerate infrastructure.

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