The Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF) helps developing-country governments strengthen policies, regulations, and institutions that enable sustainable infrastructure with private-sector participation. As part of these efforts, PPIAF promotes knowledge-transfer by capturing lessons while funding research and tools; builds capacity to scale infrastructure delivery; and assists sub-national entities in accessing financing without sovereign guarantees. Donor-supported and administered by the World Bank, our work helps generate hundreds of millions in infrastructure investment. While many initiatives focus on structuring and financing infrastructure projects with private participation, PPIAF sets the stage to make this possible. Learn more about working with us.
PPIAF accepts technical assistance grant proposals that are in line with its mandate to support the priority areas identified in the PPIAF strategy. Assistance grants can fall under technical assistance or production of knowledge materials.