India and ADB
ADB supports India’s priorities for robust, climate resilient, and inclusive growth, aligned with ADB’s Strategy 2030 and the forthcoming country partnership strategy, 2023–2027.
Under paragraph 29 of the New Infrastructure Policy 2007, the Government of Karnataka (GoK) invites Private Sector Participants to submit innovative proposals to GoK/ GoK Agency for setting up infrastructure projects. These guidelines articulate the applicability, institutional mechanisms and processes with reference to appraisal and approval of Swiss Challenge proposals received.
This report provides a quick guide to international and national PPP cases in the health and education delivery sectors as well as practical ideas and suggested models to interested project sponsors, especially within government bodies responsible for sector development.
This toolkit is expected to assist the relevant public entities in Maharashtra state for developing PPP-based projects in water supply and sanitation, and may also be used as reference by similar other cities across the country.
Improvements in urban infrastructure both for enhancing the quality of life and for increased productivity are critical. Developing mass transit solutions for the urban population is especially a crucial element of this. The toolkit should be useful for public entities in the State of Maharashtra for developing PPP-based projects in urban bus transport and could also provide a reference point for use in other cities, across the country, for project development.