The development objective of Infrastructure Finance Public and Private Partnership (IFPPP) Project for Kenya is to increase private investment in the Kenya infrastructure market across sectors and to sustain this participation over an extended period of time. This project will consist of three components. 1) The first component, Support to Institutional Strengthening, based on an assessment of the remaining institutional strengthening activities (particularly at the county government level) following the activities undertaken under the IFPPP and the need for institutional strengthening based on future expected project activities. It has the following two subcomponents: (i) Upstream Support to Public Private Partnerships (PPP) Institutions; and (ii) Support to Capacity Building Activities. 2) The second component, Support to Project Preparation and Procurement, aims to assist the Government of Kenya (GoK), at national as well as county level, to prepare well-structured and bankable PPP projects with optimal risk allocation building on the experience in the development of the first mover PPPs under IFPPP. 3) The third component, Support for Program Management, aims to support the Project Implementation Unit (PIU) that is currently functioning under IFPPP.
Name:National Treasury PPP Unit
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