Do you have examples of successful ADB-supported public-private partnerships?
A maternity clinic run as a public-private partnership provides a model for delivering primary health care to the urban poor in Bangladesh. The success of the project has shown the how a strong business partnership between a government and NGOs can deliver health services effectively, especially to the urban poor. More
Tata Power teamed up with the Bhutanese government to build and run the Dagachhu Hydropower Plant in the southwest of the country. The facility exports power to India, providing an important government revenue stream and boosting local incomes. More
A private power company is working with the Government of Cambodia to bring cheap, affordable electricity to three provinces: Siem Reap; Banteay Meanchey; and Battambang. The partnership is boosting productivity and incomes, and making home life easier for rural people. More
Cambodia’s demand for electricity is increasing each year and the country is not only committed to sustaining their economic competitiveness and growth but is also eager to reduce its carbon dioxide emissions in the energy sector by 16% by 2030 as it transitions to cleaner energy sources. In 2019, ADB's Office of Markets Development and Public-Private Partnership (OMDP) aided Electricite du Cambodge (EDC) in setting up a 100MW National Solar Park project to resolve fossil fuel price hikes and dry season low electricity production. More
The water supply in the small town of Ilkal in the northern part of India’s Karnataka state was improved thanks to an innovative public–private partnership contract modality. It’s a model that is now used in other parts of India as well as in other countries in South Asia. More
ADB is working with the government and the private sector to help develop this clean energy potential. In recent years, ADB has financed the Sarulla, Muara Laboh, and Rantau Dedap geothermal projects in Indonesia. More
New Clark City is one of the most important large-scale infrastructure projects in the Philippines’ recent history. It is envisioned to be a benchmark livable, environmentally sustainable, and resilient city not only in the country but also in Asia. ADB's Office of Markets Development and Public-Private Partnership (OMDP) provided transaction advisory services to help transform New Clark City into a smart, efficient, and climate-resilient city. More
- How does ADB support public-private partnerships (PPPs)?
- What are ADB’s transaction advisory services?
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