Public Private Partnership (PPP) Policy, 2072 (Nepali Version download): http://www.npc.gov.np/images/category/PPP_Policy_Final_Printable.pdf

The training program on Public Private Partnership (PPP) 

The training program on Public Private Partnership (PPP) 16-20 January 2017.

The training program on Public Private Partnership organized by National Planning Commission in collaboration with Nepal Administrative Staff College commenced today at NASC Training Centre, Jawalakhel. In the inauguration of the program, Dr. Sunil Babu Shrestha, Honourable Member, National Planning Commission, highlighted on various aspects PPP concept and practice. He underlined the importance of PPP in the Nepalese developmental context, particularly in the development of physical and social infrastructure. He explained how the partnership can work out a win-win situation that can be rewarding for both public and private sectors.  While explaining the objectives of the training program, he expressed his hope that the training program will contribute towards creating human resource base needed to translate the notion of public private partnership in reality. He also explained how the well designed and implemented PPP projects can be instrumental in transforming Nepalese infrastructure which is critical in realizing its goal of graduating to developing  country by 2022.  Dr. Shrestha acknowledged the fact that the necessary financial resources that will be needed for infrastructure will not be met only by the investment from the government. He emphasized that the resource gap can only be met through the investment by the private sector and hence, the importance of public private partnership is obvious. Dr. Shrestha has also shared the information that in the ongoing 14th plan the expected share of private sector investment is around 55 percent. He also appealed the participant to make the most from the opportunity as the organizers have made every effort to bring the best available resource persons in the country.Altogether 25 participants are participating in the program representing government, private sector, and media.
 

Download links below, for the presentations from the PPP Training Program 16-20 Jan 2016:

Presentation Dowlnoad link
Governance: Beyond Government    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0NqsEXMvOCmVm9zMVRveE1aRVk
Introduction to Public Private Partnership
(by Dr. Sunil Babu Shrestha, Member, National Planning Commission)
 
Global Practices in PPP Managment NPC 2017  
(by Purusottam Man Shrestha, PPP Expert)
             
Glimpse of PPP (Video) 
 
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_KcNAGEOkh_bkt5MzM2aEFzMTg

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0NqsEXMvOCmR1FXaHhZSUFudEU
PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS FOR CREATING AND MANAGING URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE IN NEPALESE MUNICIPALITIES: A stock taking and future perspective
(by Maniram Singh Mahat, Executive Director, Town Development Fund) 
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0NqsEXMvOCmTklvMk9GbHktcHM
Public Private Partnership (PPP) Models: Concepts, Issues and Examples
(by Surya R Acharya, PhD)  
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0NqsEXMvOCma0t3Njc1aFN4cVE
PPP project Cycle and Feasibility Study   
(by Dr. Raghu Bista, Nepal Administrative Staff College)
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0NqsEXMvOCmZGpwNEhUZWpJejg
Financing Model in PPP Projects
(by Madhu Prasad Bhetuwal, Joint Secretary, Investment Board Nepal)
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0NqsEXMvOCmOHVibzlwNjBPMEE
PROCUREMENT PROCESS- FOR PPP PROJECTS   
(by Shakti Prasad Shrestha)
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0NqsEXMvOCmRFpxaF8xN1QxZlU
Project Cash Flow Analysis & Viability Gap Funding 
(by Radhesh Pant, Former CEO, Investment Board Nepal)
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B0NqsEXMvOCmcUh3bjFabW9LbUU
Access all the above presentations at once at:  https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B_KcNAGEOkh_SVM4T2RlQ2tobGM )


 






















 

 

National Workshop on Infrastructure Financing Strategies for Sustainable Development in Nepal

(Source: http://www.unescap.org/events/national-workshop-infrastructure-financing-strategies-sustainable-development-nepal)


Organizers: 
United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP)
Date: 
24 Jan 2017
Location: 
Kathmandu, Nepal

Recognizing the importance of infrastructure development for achieving the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Paris Agreement, ESCAP organized on 24 January 2017 a national workshop on Infrastructure Financing Strategies for Sustainable Development in collaboration with the National Planning Commission, Government of Nepal.

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