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Financing agreed for pioneering Dakar electric BRT PPP
The team behind Senegal’s electric bus BRT has secured financing to pave the way for the project's delivery.
Ethiopia tenders health centre PPP
The Ethiopian Ministry of Finance has released a request for prequalification (RFqQ) on its Addis Ababa diagnostic centre PPP.
Mali eyes legal PPPs
The Government of Mali is looking for consultants to help develop PPP projects.
RFP out for next Gautrain concessionaire
The Gautrain Management Agency (GMA) has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for the next consortium to take over the operation of its flagship rail PPP project.
Kenya dam deal agreed
A private partner has signed a project development agreement to support the delivery of a dam project in Kenya.
South Africa targets partnerships for govt properties
South Africa’s Department of Public Works and Infrastructure (DPWI) is looking to attract private finance to redevelop government properties.
Togo releases EOI on multi-site healthcare PPP
The Togo Ministry of Health, Public Hygiene and Universal Access to Healthcare has released a request for expressions of interest (EOI) on its healthcare equipment PPP.
“New era” for Tanzania with PPP law amendment
Tanzania’s President Samia Suluhu Hassan has signed a new PPP bill into law, in a move that will “bring significant positive changes” to the country’s infrastructure scene.
RFQ out for Kenya dam bundle PPP
The Kenyan Ministry of Water, Sanitation and Irrigation has tendered a major bundle of dam and irrigation PPPs.
Kenya presents 100 dams for PPP
The Kenyan government has held an event to promote the potential of delivering 100 dams across the country under the PPP model.
The time is right to talk PPP at COP28
With the eyes of the world on the United Arab Emirates (UAE), it could be an opportunity to show the benefit of PPPs in delivering much-needed climate resiliency infrastructure
How PPP is helping MENA meet its water challenges
Water is perhaps the region’s most scarce commodity, but creating potable water for rising populations also raises environmental concerns
Analysis: Gulf ramps up schools PPP drive
Education is on the agenda for the Middle East PPP market, as the sector leads the push into social infrastructure
Strategies for enhancing Jordan’s PPP bankability
Establishing an investment-friendly environment to allow PPPs to flourish in Jordan will require a number of important steps
Promising prospects for Israeli PPP market
Progress in some areas offers promise for the future of Israel's PPP industry, but some areas continue to lag
All Systems Go
It’s been a busy 2023 so far for the Middle East PPP market, with social infrastructure taking an increasing hold
Saudi pipeline shows how to attract international attention
The Gulf state’s drive into PPPs continues apace - and new developments could open the doors to an even wider range of interested investors
In sickness and in wealth: The Gulf’s healthcare PPP opportunity
As Gulf nations continue to see their populations grow, the need for investment in healthcare infrastructure is becoming a major issue
ANALYSIS: UAE’s new PPP mandate will ‘create virtuous circle of investment’
Experts have welcomed the country’s commitment to an ‘advanced mechanism’ for PPPs and predicted it will focus on process digitisation
Tunisia looks to PPPs to tackle bloated government spending
At the home of the Arab Spring, disillusionment with the outcome of that movement means reform is needed