The Public Private Partnership Unit (PPPU) is established under Section 8 of the Public Private Partnership (PPP) Act, 2013 as a Special Purpose Unit within the National Treasury of the Government of Kenya (GOK).
The PPP Unit's focus is to serve as the secretariat and technical arm of the PPP Committee, which is mandated with assessing and approving PPP projects in the country.
The objective of this assignment is to provide Transaction Advisory support to contracting authorities and the PPP Unit to develop and procure PPP projects in accordance with the PPP legislation in the country.
The detailed Terms of Reference for Transaction Advisors will be prepared on a project-by-project basis, but typically would include the following:
a. Preparation of PPP Feasibility Studies; and
b. Development of the Transaction Documents, tender process organization, and support on transaction implementation through to Financial Close.
The main objective of the consultancy is to Develop and Implement Communications Strategies for the Public Private Partnerships Unit (PPP Unit) and for Toll Roads in Kenya.
The PPP Unit is pleased to provide the PPP pipeline progress report for March 2015. The report provides an update on the sixty nine (69) project in the PPP Priority List.
The PPP Pipeline Progress Report, February 2015 gives a progress update for the Sixty Nine (69) projects in the pipeline
The PPP Act 2013 establishes a PPP Project Facilitation Fund (PFF) to support the PPP programme in the following ways,
The PPP pipeline Progress Report gives an update of the sixty eight (68) projects in the pipeline
The National Treasury has published the Draft County PPP (County Governments) Regulations, 2014 to guide implementation of PPP projects at the County Government Level. We invite members of the public and other stakeholders to submit written submissions on the Draft PPP (County Governments) Regulations 2014 through the email address firstname.lastname@example.org by 31st December 2014.
The Government of Kenya (GoK) in conjunction with the World Bank is implementing a four-year Infrastructure Finance and Public Private Partnerships Project (IFPPP) whose overall development objective is to increase private investment in the Kenyan infrastructure market by improving the enabling environment to generate a pipeline of bankable PPP projects. This objective will be achieved through the provision of technical expertise and building capacity to implement the Government’s Public Private Partnerships (PPP) National program. The Project Implementation Unit (PIU) is established to implement the IFPPP Project and ensure that the operational, safeguards, procurement, disbursement, monitoring, and reporting aspects of the Project are implemented in accordance with the Financing Agreement and the Project Implementation Manual (PIM). The Project Implementation Unit (PIU) is looking for a highly motivated Kenyan to fill the position of Procurement Specialist for a period of one (1) year renewable based on performance
The Government of Kenya (GoK) in conjunction with the World Bank is implementing a four-year Infrastructure Finance and Public Private Partnerships Project (IFPPP) whose overall development objective is to increase private investment in the Kenyan infrastructure market by improving the enabling environment to generate a pipeline of bankable PPP projects. This objective will be achieved through the provision of technical expertise and building capacity to implement the Government’s Public Private Partnerships (PPP) National program. The Public Private Partnerships Unit (PPPU) at the National Treasury is looking for a full-time highly motivated international expert, for a period of one (1) year (renewable)
The PPP Act 2013 at section 67 establishes a Petition Committee to receive and resolve all complaints touching on the procurement of a PPP project in Kenya. As a tribunal, the Petition Committee is bound to observe the rules of natural justice with the view to promoting procedural fairness and transparency, as well as the broad objectives of Article 50 of the Constitution of Kenya.
The purpose of this Report is to apprise our stakeholders on the status and progress of the country’s Public Private Partnership (PPP) pipeline for the month of October. The report covers the fifty nine (59) projects in our PPP pipeline.
The below represents the "First Mover" projects of the highest priority for IFPPP support:
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