Deadline: 15-Nov-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The consultant will develop and deliver the websites that are appealing and communicate PPP Program effectively and efficiently. The website must comply with the Government Website Framework (GWF). The consultant shall work with TPSP Communication Advisor in close collaboration with TPSP team members, the PPP Centre, the PPP Node, the Zanzibar PPP Department plus the Units respective IT Units.
Deadline: 17-Sep-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
IFC has been approached by one of the state governments in India to structure affordable housing development under Public Private Partnership (PPP) based on their Affordable Housing Policy for Economically Weaker Sections (EWS) and Low-Income Group (LIG) beneficiaries. The Project comprises of the design and construction of affordable housing units on a greenfield sites in up to 6 cities. In this context, IFC is seeking to hire specialized team of Technical Consultants, which will assist IFC with all the technical and design aspects of AH units, detailed break-up of the site development for residential and commercial uses, along with their cost estimates, development of performance specifications for the private sector, reviewing and assimilating elements of housing finance in the transaction structure, analyzing the existing policy framework to optimize the project capacity and project design, analyzing the issues related to providing access to housing finance to beneficiaries, evaluation of how to most efficiently ensure subsidies are flowing to needy beneficiaries, define technical criteria for qualification and technical evaluation of the applications and shortlist bidders. The detailed terms of reference shall be shared later with the shortlisted entities.
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: 05-Jul-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The objective of the assignment is to determine the best course of action to encourage sustainable participation of private sector in the management and financing of Tunisias highway network.
As sub-objectives, the study will:
1. Determine the appropriate institutional structure to manage private investment in Tunisias highway network, including reviewing whether the current operational model of STA is fit-for-purpose. Based on the questions below, prepare operational recommendations and an action plan, that would answer the following questions: i) How effective and efficient is the current management of the highway assets? ii) should STA retain all its responsibilities (e.g. construction; O&M; tolling)? iii) would another structure be better? iv) what does international best practice say?
2. Determine broader sector investment needs to achieve service levels needed by the economy and the users;
3. Identify a pipeline of viable PPP projects in highway sector and prepare a road map for their preparation and implementation.
Deadline: 21-Jun-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
IFC PPP Transaction Advisory has been retained by the Lebanons High Council for Privatization and PPP (HCP) to act as lead advisor on attracting private investment through a Public-Private Partnership for the expansion of the Rafic Hariri International Airport (BEY Airport). IFC will provide advisory services to HCP to engage the private sector to optimize the operations of the existing facilities of the BEY Airport in order to solve the current capacity constraints, as well as operate and maintain the airside and landside facilities. The future operator shall also develop new facilities through a phased approach over the term of the contract to cope with the forecasted increase in passenger traffic and cargo over the next few decades.
In the context of strained public finances and limited borrowing capacity for developing countries, there is growing debate on the roles of public and private actors to deliver the trillions of dollars of infrastructure necessary to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). On one hand, high-profile public-private partnership (PPP) project failures have cast doubt about the viability of the model. On the other hand, while public authorities are ultimately responsible for the delivery of public services, deficient infrastructure services in some countries have raised concerns about the ability of the public sector to deliver on its own.
It is broadly understood that public-private partnerships (PPP) are a procurement tool that encompass design, financing, construction and long-term operation of a public infrastructure by the private sector. They can be cost-effective thanks to adequate risk transfer and performance criteria, and help bridge Africa’s large infrastructure gap in many sectors.
Deadline: 21-May-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The Government of the Gambia (GoTG) wishes to implement a public private partnership (PPP) to rehabilitate, operate and develop the Port of Banjul. Established in 1972, the Port is managed by the Gambia Port Authority (GPA) and is currently operating as service port. It accounts for almost 90% of the countrys trade and serves as a secondary regional hub, with volumes going to the hinterland (Southern Senegal, Guinea Bissau, Guinea and Western Mali). Throughput has grown substantially in the past decade, with a compounded annual growth rate of 7.3%. between 2007 and 2017 and 105,000 TEUs in 2017.
Deadline: 30-May-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Description: The objectives are to provide technical assistance and advisory services to BAPPENAS Directorate of PPP and Financial Engineering, specifically on: (a) PPP project screening and prioritization; and (b) development of outline business cases (OBCs) for selected PPP projects. The technical assistance under this TA will be structured into two main activities: (i) project screening and prioritization; and (ii) development of OBCs. The activity outcomes are to screen and prioritize the projects and expected to feed into the subsequent OBCs development for the most priority projects.
Deadline: 15-May-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Objective: – Analyses of technical and operational aspects of GPA benchmarked against comparable ports in the region and best practice, including infrastructure, superstructure, commercial and financial aspects – Analyses on the technical aspects related to an institutional reorganization/ realignment of GPA to consider the introduction of a private sector entity – Environmental and social analyses, including scoping studies of possible environmental and social impact and mitigation measures, as well as stakeholders engagement planning, aligned on IFC Performance Standards. Tasks will also include the identification of issues associated with the project, related gaps, and proposed roadmap to close such gaps in order to develop the project in line with national legislation and the IFC Performance Standards. – Analyses and assistance in social aspects: including a review and recommendations of staffing at GPA and the distribution of staff with the future Operator; the possible options and recommendations on ways to include / consider the 400+ dockers at the Port Banjul, who, today have an undefined status at the Port.