What is PPIAF?

A short summary and briefing on the Public Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF)The Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF), housed within the World Bank, was created in 1999 to fund “technical assistance on strategies and measures [governments] can use to tap the full potential of public-private partnerships in infrastructure”. It also disseminates information about “best practice” in public-private partnerships or PPPs. PPIAF works in a range of sectors including transport, telecommunications and water. This summary and briefing look at the role it plays in relation to water and sewage services (approximately 20 per cent of its work). A short summary and briefing on the Public Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF)
The Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF), housed within the World Bank, was created in 1999 to fund “technical assistance on strategies and measures [governments] can use to tap the full potential of public-private partnerships in infrastructure”. It also disseminates information about “best practice” in public-private partnerships or PPPs. PPIAF works in a range of sectors including transport, telecommunications and water. This summary and briefing look at the role it plays in relation to water and sewage services (approximately 20 per cent of its work).