This technical note explains why countries should cement strong public private partnerships (PPP) to help bridge deep funding
gaps and build the climate-resilient infrastructure they need. It analyzes how the pandemic and government worries over value
for money have combined with business' concerns over investment risk to dampen regional PPP deals. Providing a checklist for
countries to rate potential PPP projects, it explains why robust governance and strategic planning is critical to the success
of public-private partnerships. It underscores that embracing the private sector is crucial for countries to build sustainable
infrastructure that can boost jobs, stimulate growth, and support an inclusive recovery.