World Bank Group Support to Public-Private Partnerships: Event Launch at IFC July 14th, 2014

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Public-private partnerships (PPPs) have seen a rise in the last two decades and are now used in more than 134 developing countries, contributing about 15-20% of total infrastructure investment. The Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) evaluated World Bank Group PPP projects from the past 10 years and share lessons learned.

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World Bank Group Support to Public-Private Partnerships: Event Launch at IFC July 14th, 2014

  1. 1. World Bank Group Support to Public- Private Partnerships FY02-12 Lessons from an IEG Evaluation of World Bank Group Experience World Bank Group Launch July 14, 2014 Stefan Apfalter Senior Evaluation Officer, IEG
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  3. 3. Title of Presentation 3 Can the WBG’s $1.9 billion really make a difference? IEG evaluated 134 countries on 811 PPP interventions through the entire PPP cycle over the period FY02-12
  4. 4. What works • More strategic country approach • Address political economy factors • Shift IFC investments • Better M&E 4
  5. 5. More Strategic Country Approach
  6. 6. Advise Governments on If and How Comprehensive diagnostics  Readiness of sector  Public sector capacity  Fiscal implications  Integrated in NIPs 6
  7. 7. PPP diagnostics 7 1 3 Government committed Space for PPPs Civil society engaged Capital markets Continent liabilities Pipeline of bankable PPPs 2 Sector regulations PPP policy Capable institutions
  8. 8. Target the right countries 8 • WB and IFC AS reaches nascent countries • MIGA support nascent and emerging countries • IFC IS too often in developed countries
  9. 9. SIGNIFICANT OVER WEIGHTING OF NASCENT COUNTRIES 9 WB in nascent countries % = relative share of accumulated GDP
  10. 10. Addressing Political Economy Factors
  11. 11. Engaging with stakeholders  Sector reform is foundation of success, but 45 % of WB efforts fail  Government commitment required Start with low hanging fruit Broad and early engagement 11
  12. 12. Commitment for PPP structuring • 50 % of IFC AS‘ PPP structuring mandates did not materialize due to lack of government commitment 12
  13. 13. Shift IFC Investments
  14. 14. Overemphasizing mature countries 14 OVER WEIGHTING OF DEVELOPED COUNTRIES % = PPP market in these countries
  15. 15. Increasing development footprint 15 • IFC can increase its additionality by investing more in less mature countries • Development outcome ratings unchanged • Set early demonstration effect
  16. 16. MIGA is more pioneering EFFECTIVELY TARGETS EMERGING AND NASCENT COUNTRIES 16
  17. 17. Better M&E
  18. 18. PPP’s effect on the poor unknown 18 Data NO Data
  19. 19. Moving Forward 19 More strategic advice Improved stakeholder consultation Shift IFC investments Improve M&E and steer PPP PPP CCSA
  20. 20. Thank you!

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