Public Private Partnerships Ordinance

This newly created ordinance strengthens the framework of public and private parties by uniting the competitive advantages of both sectors through infrastructure development focus from the public sector and resource mobilization from the private sector to magnify management efficiencies through:
  • Legal certainty
  • Fairness
  • Transparency
  • Competition
  • Contract sanctity

Components of the Ordinance

  • Provides structure for long-term contractual arrangements between the public sector and the private sector
  • Opportunity for private parties to increase brand equity through development
  • Clarifies allocation of risks between the two parties
  • Provides private investors credibility, assurance and legal cover
  • Ensures solid and reliable regulatory framework
  • Ease of transfer of project ownership to other party
  • Identifies complete process for undertaking projects
  • Outlines method of competitive bidding based on best practices
  • Involves high level steering committee to approve/reject proposals
  • PPP cell established to assist all the specialized ministries in evaluating projects

Types of Public Private Partnerships (PPP)

  • Build and Transfer (BT)
  • Build-Lease and Transfer (BLT)
  • Build Operate and Transfer (BOT)
  • Build-Own and Operate (BOO)
  • Build-Own-Operate-Transfer (BOOT)
  • Build-Transfer and Operate (BTO)
  • Contract-Add- and Operate (CAO)
  • Develop-Operate and Transfer (DOT)
  • Rehabilitate-Operate and Transfer (ROT)
  • Rehabilitate-Own and Operate (ROO)
  • Management Contract (MC)
  • Service Contract (SC)