21st June, 2018 - 22nd June, 2018
The main impediment to strong infrastructure investment is not related to lack of financing, but lack of good governance. The topic of infrastructure governance is thus increasingly taking center stage in Africa among policy makers and practitioners.
Recommendations of the 2017 Global Infrastructure Forum which called upon the Multilateral Development Banks and practitioners to focus on: strengthening investment capacity; policy and governance frameworks of governments; enhancing of private sector participation and financing; boosting the catalytic role of Multilateral Development banks in bridging the public and private sectors.
Jack Handford , Principal Advisor discussed the GI Hub PPP Risk Allocation tool in the third breakout session of the day.
A blog on the topic of Delivering sustainable PPPs: GI Hub presents at second Regional Roundtable on Infrastructure Governance in Côte d’Ivoire is available here.