Jacky Gillmann

Le PPP demande d’élargir les réflexions au-delà du simple acte de construire, ce qui est bénéfique pour toutes les parties prenantes.

Conférences générales

UNECE Session on the Role of PPPs in financing the post-2015 United Nations Development Agenda

13.02.2014 (10:00 - 13:00)
Geneva, Switzerland, Palais des Nations, Salle VII

The UNECE International PPP Centre of Excellence (ICoE) was established in 2012 to identify international best
practices in public private partnerships (PPPs) and to develop international PPP standards. The ICoE also helps
governments to implement PPP best practices and standards through, inter alia, the services of the Business
Advisory Board (BAB).

A number of Specialist Centres affiliated to the ICoE are being established in countries to identify international
PPP best practices and models in specific sectors, such as, water and sanitation, health (the Philippines),
renewable energy (Morocco), and ICT for sustainable development (Azerbaijan). These sectors have been
identified as priority areas of work of the ICoE in 2014.


  • Introduction: The post 2015 United Nations Development Agenda and the role of PPPs
  • Panel 1: What is the role of PPPs in achieving the development goals in key sectors – water and sanitation, health and renewable energy?
  • Panel 2: Is there a need for international PPPs best practices and standards in financing the post-2015 United Nations Development Agenda?
  • Panel 3: How to implement International PPP best practices and standards successfully in countries?

Participation is free of charge.

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