Our mission is to help eliminate poverty and increase shared prosperity in developing countries by facilitating private sector involvement in infrastructure. This mission aligns with the World Bank’s twin goals to eradicate poverty and increase shared prosperity and is consistent with our donors’ development objectives of reducing aid dependency, stimulating sustainable growth, and creating jobs.
PPIAF Donor members include bilateral and multilateral development agencies and international financial institutions.PPIAF aims to deliver much of its technical assistance in partnership with other development organizations to increase the impact of this assistance, from a financial as well as an operational standpoint.
PPIAF funding focuses on supporting countries and regions with the greatest need; lower-income countries and fragile and conflict-affected states. PPIAF also supports selected priority middle-income countries since they provide transferable lessons to lower-income countries. PPIAF also supports the creation of knowledge products. Activities PPIAF has been supporting for the last 5 years are featured in the interactive map below.
This program focuses on providing support to participating countries: PPP diagnostic studies, pipeline development and PPP trainings in Mali, Togo, Benin – while in Senegal, PPIAF is supporting strengthening the PPP unit.Read more
This programmatic engagement for the Caribbean Region focuses on building the enabling environment for PPP activities in the region. The Program involves a two-phase approach. The first phase focuses on strengthening the enabling environment for PPPs while the second phase focuses on...Read more
The goal of the Program is to catalyze increasingly better practices in the marketplace on PBCs for NRW Management.Read more
UPDATE: The Public-Private Partnerships Reference Guide is currently open for public consultation to inform a new and updated version. Thank you in advance for sharing your feedback.Read more
Regenerating Urban Land draws on the experience of eight case studies from around the world. The case studies outline various policy and financial instruments to attract private sector investment in urban regeneration of underutilized and unutilized areas and the requisite infrastructure...Read more
Non-revenue water management can deliver significant financial and economic benefits, and to a large extent, NRW programs can be self-financing—rapid revenue gains from commercial loss reduction, for example, can supply the OPEX and CAPEX funds needed to reduce the NRW.Read more
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.