Attracting Investors to African Public-Private Partnerships: by PPIAF, Infrastructure Consortium for Africa

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This avoids having to repeat environmental and social impact studies and, at worst, having to change the 2 44 A set of principles, developed by the World Bank, covering environmental and social protection eligibility lending criteria. Attracting Investors to African Public-Private Partnerships scope of the project to meet the criteria of DFIs or other lenders. Financial Assessment Financial assessment involves various activities. First, by bringing together the various elements of project cost referred to above, it enables an analysis of the expected long-term project revenue requirements, which are particularly relevant to the affordability analysis.

A wide range of project development facilities is available to help pay for the costs of project preparation, although fewer are available for upstream Preparing Projects for Market 41 framework-setting activities. An example is the Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF) managed by the World Bank. A recent guide prepared by the Infrastructure Consortium for Africa (ICA) with support from PPIAF (ICA Secretariat 2006) provides details of more than 20 facilities, with information on how and at what stage to access them.

When to Use Advisers Advisers typically are involved at each stage of a PPP project: • The initial feasibility assessment. Advisers assist in framing the outline proposals for procurement in the form of a commercial deal that can be taken to both contractors and the funding market.

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