Understanding Public Private Partnership (PPP) Arrangements

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About Course

Public-Private Partnerships are arrangements between the public sector and one or more private sector companies to help finance, build, operate and manage a public sector infrastructural project or service delivery. In such arrangements, the funding mostly comes from the private partner and risks are distributed between both partners. Public Private Partnerships not only help improve the quality of life of citizens but also make governments competent in the global market space. This course was developed to establish standards of knowledge, understanding, and skills development in the PPP field that are highly valued by governments, private sector firms, financial institutions, and other relevant stakeholders.

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What Will You Learn?

  • the general rules and principles guiding Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangements.
  • definition of Public-Private Partnership (PPPs) & range of different PPP contracting types
  • key phases of the PPP project cycle & their requirements
  • PPP legal, regulatory & institutional frameworks
  • Parties to a Public Private Partnership Project Finance Structure
  • Specific required government tasks and decisions throughout the PPP project cycle

Course Content

Understanding Public Private Partnerships

  • What is a Public Private Partnership (PPP)
    04:47
  • Public Private Partnership vs Traditional Procurement
    07:27
  • Types of Public Private Partnership
    04:59
  • Reasons for Public Private Partnership
    05:58
  • Structure of Public Private Partnership
    06:21
  • Disadvantages of Public Private Partnership
    07:21
  • Characteristics of Public Private Partnership
    08:51
  • Parties to a Public Private Partnership Project Finance Structure
    03:54
  • Regulations of Public Private Partnership
    09:14
  • Problems of Public Private Partnership in developing Countries
    05:10
  • Project Life Cycle of Public Private Partnership
    09:39