We believe in creating positive change by bringing together the private and the public sector.
In our view, PPPs stand for both Public Private Partnerships as well as People, Profit, and Planet. The integration of socio-environmental accountability, innovation, and efficiency fosters sustainable economic development.
Our consultants assist both government and private sector clients in facilitating sustainable and resilient PPPs. We work with an extensive network of leading PPP experts, who provide our clients with outstanding skills, knowledge, and experience.
Our PPP experts understand and emphasize the diverse local contexts. They do not cut-and-paste supposedly ‘universal’ practices. Instead, they emphasize the importance of local environments, including their history and culture. Our PPP team is either from the region, or has gained considerable professional experience there.
Our PPP service areas include:
Capacity building: We are passionate about the transfer and further development of best practices. Our capacity building projects combine world-leading expertise with effective and cutting-edge teaching strategies.
Procurement: We help our private sector clients identify and successfully navigate PPP procurement processes in the Middle East and Africa. We also help public sector clients with the planning of procurement processes.
Project design and governance frameworks: We assist both public and private sector clients with the design of sustainable and resilient PPPs. We focus on ensuring standards such as anti-corruption, inclusivity, environmental sustainability, and gender mainstreaming. In addition to consultancy, we specialise in the conduct of feasibility, impact, and non-technical risk assessment studies.
Relationship Management and Communication: We have years of experience in both the public and the private sector. We understand the different operating models, logics, and interests that are at play. As such, we are uniquely qualified to establish and manage beneficial relationships between private and public sector actors during the implementation of a PPP project.
* The picture in the header was taken by Yemeni photographer Thana Faroq in Sana’a, Yemen.