According to the bank's website, the project aims to "enhance the private sector’s involvement in delivering sustainable social services such as elderly care, health, and education. OPPP will provide transaction advisory services (TAS) and will be supported by technical, legal, and national PPP procurement experts. This will include conducting due diligence, preparation of financial viability assessment and implementation plan, preparing documentation (including concession agreement and other agreements), developing financial models, assisting the timely completion of contract negotiations, and performing other activities as may be required."
Office of Public-Private Partnership
Asian Development Bank
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