The Government fully recognized that private sector participation (PSP) could not be taken for granted, and that major structural and institutional reforms were needed. The IRSDP, formulated jointly by the Government and its principal development partners, supports a comprehensive medium-term reform agenda in various infrastructure sectors. The program loan supports three key reform pillars which are (i) strategic cross-sector reforms, (ii) sector-specific reforms for transportation, power, oil and gas, water supply and sanitation, and telecommunications; and (iii) facilitation of the preparation of public-private partnerships (PPP) resulting in sound model infrastructure projects that can be replicated.
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