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23 Feb 2018

Construction of Public Private Partnership School in Hamilton’s north begins

Construction has begun on Sylvester School, a Public Private Partnership (PPP), meaning the private sector has designed, is building and will maintain the school property over 25 years, while the education side remains the responsibility of the principal and the board of trustees. “It means [I] and the board will not have

21 Feb 2018

Leland pursues second public-private partnership

Leland officials will consider another public-private partnership that could kick-start new phases of development in Brunswick Forest. Commissioners agreed at their Feb. 15 meeting to accept a petition to establish a Brunswick Forest Special Assessment District (SAD) to help Jeff Earp’s Funston Land & Timber LLC, developer of Brunswick Forest,

21 Feb 2018

African Legal Support Facility Launches PPP Capacity-Building Course for Nigerian Government Officials

The African Legal Support Facility (ALSF) has launched a suite of capacity-building workshops which aim to strengthen the capacity of Nigerian Government officials in the area of public-private partnerships, particularly as they relate to infrastructure development. Organized on the basis of a cost-sharing grant provided by the ALSF to the

19 Feb 2018

LASG Assures PPP Partners of Investment Security

The Lagos State Government has assured its partners under the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) programme of innovative policies, business-friendly environment and infrastructures that will further guarantee return on investment, and also grow a private sector-driven economy in the state. Speaking at a meeting with members of Franco-Nigerian Chamber of Commerce and

15 Feb 2018

Honolulu Rail Project Pursuing PPP for City Center Segment

The Honolulu Rail Transit Project is hosting a 2-day forum to attract private development partners. HPR’s Wayne Yoshioka reports. The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation – HART — is planning to award a contract late next year for the City Center rail transit segment, the remaining 4.1 miles of elevated

09 Feb 2018

The Ecobank Foundation commits US$ 750,000 to help eradicate malaria in Mozambique

As part of its partnership with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, the Ecobank Foundation is donating US$ 750,000 to the Ministry of Health in Mozambique to help combat malaria in the country. The financial contribution will support a net distribution campaign, while also providing life-saving testing

06 Feb 2018

Russian minister Maxim Oreshkin to visit India; INSTC, technology upgrade on agenda

Russia’s Economic Development Minister Maxim Oreshkin will travel to India this month for a wide-range of talks including on the International North-South Trade Corridor (INSTC) and upgrading fighter-jet technology. “We would like to discuss infrastructure development in the corridor (INSTC),” Russia’s Transport Minister Maksim Sokolov told PTI today on the

06 Feb 2018

State lines up Sh1.3 trillion projects for private sector

The government is fast-tracking 34 projects valued at Sh1.25 trillion that will be rolled out in the next two years under the Public-Private Partnership (PPPs) model. According to the 2018 Budget Policy Statement, while the government has identified more than 70 projects under the national priority list of PPP projects,



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