The activities under the Advisory Services Project seek to support select county governments in undertaking upstream pre- and full feasibility studies in the high-impact devolved sectors of local infrastructure and affordable housing for conceptualization of market-based and replicable business templates/models nationwide, while proposing new policies and/or structural reforms in existing legal and regulatory frameworks, as appropriate.
The objective of the Advisory Services (AS) project is to mobilize private finance, enabled by upstream interventions and de-risking tools, to create new markets that unlock private investment and drive development in the sectors of local infrastructure and affordable housing for counties. The key deliverables under the project include enhanced county government capacity to develop PPP pipelines, generation of innovative county PPP sector models and adoption of new policies and/or structural reforms in existing legal, regulatory and institutional frameworks to address existing market failures.
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