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novembre 3, 2022 à 1:17 pm #2220AdministrateurMaître des clés
Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) are arrangements between government and private sector entities for the purpose of providing public infrastructure, social services, community facilities and related services.The public-private sector partnership may include both collaborative (non-legal binding) or contractual (legally binding) agreements. PPP can take a wide range of forms Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) has become increasingly widespread for the implementation of infrastructure projects in many countries throughout the world. The potential benefits are especially attractive in developing countries where public funds for infrastructure development are clearly insufficient to satisfy demand.
The EAC partner states have adopted different approaches to defining PPPs. The regional policy definition of PPPs has built on the Partner State definitions. A Public-Private Partnership (PPP) is a legally enforceable contract in which a contracting authority (may be One or More Partner States/EAC) partners with a private sector party to build, expand, improve, or develop infrastructure or service in which the contracting authority and private sector partner contribute one or more of know-how, financial support, facilities, logistical support, operational management, investment or other input required for the successful deployment of a product or service that include a cross-border aspect, or situated in one Partner States with a significant benefit for more than one Partner State.This definition is consistent with the Treaty which requires Partner States to share investments that cut across countries to the benefit of the region. It also includes national projects which have a regional dimension. The definition of PPP will apply to the selection and development of Regional PPPs, as well as creating a framework for sharing knowledge between Partner States on PPPs from within those states as well as Regional PPPs.
The broad objective of developing the EAC Public Private Partnership Policy is to provide the general legal and institutional framework needed to integrate the private sector in the implementation of public projects particularly in the areas of infrastructure, transport, energy, mining, waterways, and other sectors as may be identified. Further, the policy is meant to provide guidance to public officials responsible for launching and implementing PPP projects and to facilitate their understanding of the key issues and procedures involved in the procurement of PPP arrangements.
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