Philippines: Public-Private Partnerships by Local Government Units
The Philippine infrastructure gap is prominent at the local government level. This study looks at past experiences of public–private partnership (PPP) projects of local government units (LGUs) in the Philippines.
The study reviews international experiences of PPPs at the local level and draws lessons from the successful revival of the Philippine PPP program at the central government level. The study then suggests ways forward to help LGUs prepare bankable PPPs, ensure efficient project procurement, enhance financial viability of PPPs, and strengthen LGUs’ PPP legal and institutional frameworks to enable leveraging more private investment in local economic and social infrastructure.
- Executive Summary
- Legal, Policy, and Institutional Frameworks
- Projects Implemented by Local Government Units Using Build–Operate–Transfer or Similar Scheme
- Local Government Unit Private Infrastructure Project Development Facility
- Local Government Unit Urban Water Supply Project
- Local Government Unit Guarantee Corporation
- Medium-Size Project on Public–Private Partnerships
- Other Subnational Public–Private Partnerships
- Summary of Lessons Learned and Recommendations