Starting a Pro-Poor Public- Private Partnership for a Basic Urban Service

Published on 01 Jan 2005

Document Summary

The Guideline provides steps to make sure the main features of an effective pro-poor PPP are built in from the start. Do’s and Don’ts are raised from the experience of what works well and what does not. Examples and cases of pro-poor PPPs in practice are also given. Examples are provided of PPP issues translated into contracts. Finally, information on where to get further support is provided.

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