This tool assesses a country’s readiness to implement public-private partnerships (PPPs). The tools help determine which areas require change or improvement by reviewing the PPP environment and comparing it to global best practice standards. Although it is not a health-specific tool, it can be adapted and contains relevant areas including PPP experience, stakeholder support and ownership, legislative and regulatory framework, institutional framework, government support and managing fiscal risk, access to finance, transparency, and accountability. It concludes with a PPP strategy for the country. The tool is currently being piloted and may be further refined.
Country Readiness Diagnostic for Public-Private Partnerships
This tool assesses a country’s readiness to implement public-private partnerships (PPPs).