Deadline: 21-Aug-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The Government of the Papua New Guinea has requested IFC to assist the Papua New Guinea Treasury and the Western Highlands Provincial Health Authority, to assess the potential to develop, finance, upgrade, operate and maintain the Mt Hagen Hospital under a Public Private Partnership (PPP) transaction (The Project).
The objective of the PPP is to enhance the infrastructure and operations and maintenance at Mt Hagen Hospital, to improve the delivery of health care services at the Hospital. The Project will focus on addressing the infrastructure requirements stemming from underinvestment and lack of adequate maintenance programs, and the potential to include non-clinical and some selected clinical services in the scope of the Project.
IFC is seeking the services of a qualified legal consultant to support its transaction advisory team on developing and implementing the tender for this project.
Deadline: 03-Jul-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The Philippine General Hospital (PGH) is a tertiary state-owned hospital administered and operated by the University of the Philippines Manila, the University. It is the largest hospital in the country and is designated as the National University Hospital.
PGH intends to develop two health facilities on PPP basis with support from IFC.
Deadline: 11-Jul-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The objective of the activity is to hire a firm to support the Government of Rwanda to:
- Develop sector PPP strategies and guidelines;
- Create a PPP projects database;
- Identify a pipeline of potential, viable PPP projects, and deliver a series of concept notes for 10 of the most promising projects;
- Develop and deliver a sensitization program for PPP, including training for decision makers and technical staff involved in PPP transactions, and the and the private sector, and advanced Project Finance financial modeling training.
Deadline: 27-Jan-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
In 2015 the World Bank Group developed the Report on Recommended PPP Contractual Provisions, 2015 Edition which was published in August 2015 and presents the first attempt by any of the Multilateral Development Banks to prepare a compilation of recommended contractual language for PPP agreements. In response to the industry feedback received on the contents of the 2015 Report during internal and external stakeholder consultations following its publication, it is now intended to continue this very successful initiative and to engage an international law firm to prepare a new version of this report, namely the Report on Recommended PPP Contractual Provisions, 2016 Edition (2016 Report).
How to accelerate the process and reduce costs for public-private partnerships? Recommended PPP contractual provisions
The blog post focuses on the frequently expressed concern over the time and expense involved in creating the legal agreements that are at the center of every PPP project.
Everyone recognizes the importance of PPP contracts, since they are the documents that set out how the partnership will work – but there are constant calls for making the contractual drafting process quicker and less expensive.