According to the Bank’s website, IFC will assist the Government of Comoros (GoC) in strengthen the institutional and regulatory framework for PPPs so it is aligned with international best practice and to support GoC in identifying and assessing a pipeline of potential projects that could be developed through public-private partnerships with the aim of addressing the low levels of investment that have stifled inclusive economic growth. IFC’s assistance will also include capacity building support in the administration, identification, and management of PPP projects, and enhancing governance within the operations and procurement of critical infrastructure projects.
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