Infrastructure-AdobeStock_305153132.jpeg
Consulting: Public Private Partnerships (P3)
Globe-Africa-AdobeStock_31639455-modified.png
Public-Private-Partnerships (PPP) refers to projects of a large scale, where parties in government, NGOs, institutions, and commercial sectors have interacting roles, responsibilities, investments with sustained interests. This includes transportation infrastructure, city districts, water, and other instances of facilities serving widely important needs and resources. Public and private investment play a key role in infrastructure financing that ensures improvement in the quality of life for people through the delivery of essential public services that align with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and 2030 Agenda.

 GFMA is actively engaged with organizations such as  the World Association of PPP Units and PPP Professionals (WAPPP) and the Canadian Council of Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) that support this mandate.