A Spanish-language guide to help developing countries assess infrastructure investment risk for Public-Private Partnership (PPP) transport sector projects is now available through the Global Infrastructure Hub’s website.
Una guía en español para ayudar a los países en desarrollo a evaluar el riesgo de inversión de infraestructura para proyectos del sector transporte en contratos de Asociación Público-Privada (PPP) ya está disponible a través de la página web del Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub).
On 3 and 4 August, the Global Infrastructure Hub shared panel discussion with government and private sector executives at the Centre for Aviation’s Asia Pacific Summit 2016.
Government officials from the Philippines visited the GI Hub today in Sydney to hear about the Hub’s work, and to discuss Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) and the role they can play in delivering infrastructure.
Ensuring disadvantaged communities have access to adequate infrastructure is a key goal of a new Hub tool, writes Morag Baird, Senior Manager, Leading Practices and Policy, GI Hub.
The third Annual Meeting of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) was held in Mumbai on 25-26 June 2018, and the Global Infrastructure Hub was asked to join one of the panels organised by India, as the host nation.
GI Hub Senior Director for Legal Frameworks and Procurement Policies Mark Moseley gave a presentation at an APEC Business Dialogue aimed at promoting waste management projects being undertaken as Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Indonesia.
Government, private sector, multilaterals, and development partners gather in Cape Town as this topic takes center stage globally
The Global Infrastructure Hub (GI Hub) is pleased to announce the appointment of Marie Lam-Frendo as its new CEO, effective 28 January 2019.
GI Hub held the third of its 2017 Regional PPP Risk Allocation Workshops in Bogotá, Colombia, on 9 November 2017, with various public sector representatives from across Central and South America as well as multilateral organisations operating in the region.
Africa’s first roundtable on infrastructure governance is taking place in Cape Town this week. Chris Heathcote, CEO of GI Hub, which is participating, shares his views on the opportunities that infrastructure development offers African countries and some of the obstacles to the success of such projects.
Infrastructure is crucial to Africa’s growth prospects. It’s also hard to get right, a reality acknowledged by delegates from around the continent and further afield who recently gathered in Cape Town, South Africa, for Africa’s First Roundtable on Infrastructure Governance.
Half of all global infrastructure investment will be needed in Asia from now until 2040, major new analysis by the Global Infrastructure Hub shows. And while so much of the region’s infrastructure growth has been in China, the focus will shift to South and South East Asian countries where infrastructure gaps remain very substantial.