Is the PPP to be considered dead aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic? Is the current international crisis a barrier or an opportunity for PPP development? In attempting a recovering process, what is the role innovation can play in restoring PPP investments and collaboration? Would you like to acquire competencies in strategically setting and managing PPP policy, regulatory framework and operations, which are resilient and sustainable? What are the internationally harmonised tools and approaches to showcase and impact and how in particular, PPP can facilitate the achievement of SDGs and can help to build resilient and inclusive societies and greener economies? ITCILO brings to you this Certification of Participation programme and provides comprehensive answers and ideas on how to use the potential of PPP for the achievement of sustainable development objectives, with many practical examples.
National and international public procurement practitioners; procurement staff of national agencies; project directors and procurement staff from projects funded by international financial institutions (World Bank, Asian, African, Islamic and European Development Banks, etc.); United Nations and NGO personnel; other officers of public bodies involved at a more strategic/policy level within procurement organisations of international development institutions and national government entities. In particular, ILO and UN staff, working at HQ and in the field, concerned with fragile contexts, including conflict-affected, post-conflict, post-disaster and emergency situations could also benefit from this programme. Finally private sector infrastructure and service - related entities, consultants and operators in the domain of SDGs.
This training course designed by the International Training Centre of the ILO (ITCILO) aims to fill the knowledge gap in the sustainability and resilience domain by presenting a comprehensive international comparative survey of PPP policies, regulatory framework and best practices. It also explores the key concepts for innovative PPP and explains how this can be applied in order to impart competence to the participants in using the potential of PPP for the achievement of sustainable development objectives.