PPIAF sponsors toolkits to facilitate the transmission of knowledge and best practices interactively. The toolkits are designed so that they can be self-taught by the end-user or used and demonstrated at workshops and training courses. The toolkits below are available online and can be downloaded onto CD-ROMs.
self-taught by the end-user or used and demonstrated at workshops and training courses. The toolkits below are available online and can be downloaded onto CD-ROMs.
The World Bank's ICT Sector Unit initiated the development of this web-based cross-sector infrastructure sharing toolkit. Providing key stakeholders in the joint use of passive infrastructure by telecommunications operators and public utilities as both a reference point and learning tool. The...Read more
This handbook explores the potential PPPs have to facilitate an expanded role for the private sector in irrigation, mobilize expertise in the sector, and ensure medium- to long- term sustainability. This handbook compiles some of the most useful international experiences in irrigation PPPs while...Read more
This toolkit for Public-Private Partnerships in Roads and Highways initially published in 2005 and updated in 2009 is availalbe in English and Russian. The objective of this toolkit is to assists transport sector policy makers in low- and middle-income countries in implementing procedures to...Read more
Provides an easy-to-use resource on the rail industry—what it is and what it does best—and provides an experience-based set of best practices to aid in the planning and execution of railway reforms.Read more
PPIAF has been supporting a robust global knowledge agenda that complements its grant-funded in-country technical assistance. The program supports developing new knowledge through research and helping to make existing knowledge more accessible to policymakers and other stakeholders on the ground.For a full list of PPIAF publications please visit the Library.
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
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