High Economic Council of the government of Afghanistan has approved four health sector Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects and has assigned the Ministry of Finance to start the procurement process.
Infrastructure/PPP news in Afghanistan
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The short listed projects were derived from regional and national infrastructure priority pipelines which were subjected to selection methodologies covering a range of criteria pertaining to strategic relevance, level of project development, project feasibility, complexity of implementation and fiscal impact. The short-listing process was conducted through desk review of projects based on available information and consultations with concerned public and private sector officials from the Member States, multilateral and bilateral development organizations and other relevant information sources.
The World Bank has launched a request for expressions of interest (RFEOI) to hire consultants to support the development of a PPP program in Afghanistan.
The Ministry of Public Health of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan has invited consultancy firms to indicate their interest in providing transaction advisory services for three candidate hospitals to be delivered through the PPP model.