IP3 Around the World

Working with governments, multilateral institutions, corporations, and financial entities,
IP3 enables clients to build their institutional capacity to carry out successful P3 projects.


Latest Engagements

IP3 Signs Agreement with Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs/CASA AFRICA (Read More)

IP3 Signs Agreement with Istanbul's PPP Center of Excellence (Read More)

Lithuania: Taking part in PPP conference (Read More)

Myanmar: Training 30 Officials in PPP

South Africa: Trained US Embassy Officials from across Africa


  PPP Solutions for a Complex World

Recent Highlights


Partnership with Spanish Foreign Ministry/Casa Africa AfricAgua Conference

Las Palmas, Canary Islands

Signed an agreement Casa Africa, a public consortium led by Spain’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Spanish Agency for International Development and Cooperation, and the Government of the Canary Islands. The agreement will facilitate collaboration on training for high ranking officials from African governments and public businesses. PPP’s constitute a fundamental priority for the attraction of private sector financing to fund public infrastructure projects in Africa, and could equal more than $90 billion in volume per year.


Agreement with Turkey’s Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK) PPP Center of Excellence G20 PPP Conference

(Istanbul, Turkey)

IP3 signed an agreement to support Turkey’s Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK) in enhancing their PPP Center of Excellence as a knowledge center for Eurasia. Other collaborators on this program include the World Bank, IFC, European Bank of Reconstruction and Development and the OECD.

IP3 led several panels discussing taking PPPs to the next level in Turkey and beyond as part of the leadup to the G20 Conference which Turkey hosted as President of the Group of 20.


U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

(New Orleans, Louisiana USA)

IP3 helped to plan and present during a workshop for the Corps of Engineers (USACE) and local ports directors. IP3 provided insight into how the USACE could engage the private sector through PPPs or Public-Public-Private Partnerships (P4s). IP3 planned this program in conjunction with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), and the USACE New Orleans District.



IP3 serve as advisors to UNECE and on their Transportation, Water and Sanitation working group producing guidelines for best practices. IP3 has also held a PPP master class in Geneva in conjunction with UNECE's International PPP Centre of Excellence to prepare policy makers for the challenges PPP can pose, including risk mitigation strategies.


Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar – 2015

IP3 developed a capacity building training program held in Nay Pyi Taw, the capital of Myanmar. The training program was sponsored by the Kingdom of the Netherland’s Department of Transportation and the Rijkswaterstaat (the Dutch Governments Department responsible for flooding protection and waterways - equivalent of the US ACE). The training which focused on the fundamentals of PPPs, was attended by 30 government officials from Myanmar who are exploring how to use PPPs, especially for delivering public works infrastructure programs in the Irrawady Delta.


U.S. Department of Transportation

United States Department of Transportation – Project Structure/Project Finance Training: The Institute for Public Private Partnerships provided a week-long training on the P3 Project Structure and Project Financing for professional at the U.S. Department of Transportation. These professionals represented the TIFIA program, the CFO’s Office and the Maritime Administration. This program is part of the Department’s on-going grow in the P3 space.


USAID, Power Africa Initiative

As part of the lead consulting company supporting US Presidential Initiative under USAID, The Institute for Public-Private Partnership (IP3) is leading one of the core teams responsible for Relationship Management between Power Africa partners and the 12-particpating US Government Agencies who are spearheading President Obama’s Power in Africa Initiative. Activities include performing due diligence of candidate partners, promoting PPPs, enhancing stakeholder partnerships, and training of relationship managers.


Konza Techno City (KTC) in Kenya— 2015

The Institute for Public-Private Partnerships (IP3) as part of a Tetra Tech team that was awarded a contract to serve as the planning coordinator for the creation of new city which will help catalyze private investment in high tech industries and new urban infrastructure. KTC will employ state of the art designs and the latest techniques in urban planning. This work will include planning and developing a pipeline of PPP projects which will be executed by the IP3 consulting team.


The World Bank

IP3 conducted PPP certification training for officials from Tanzania's Ministry of Energy and Minerals as part of a capacity building program over six weeks. Two additional executive PPP training sessions were also held. Areas covered included project finance, contracts and procurement, concession agreements, feasibility studies, and negotiation strategies. IP3 is also providing PPP training to the Kenyan Treasury as part of a Bank-sponsored program


US Department of Commerce – 2015

The Institute for Public-Private Partnerships (IP3) participated in the US Department of Commerce’s’ Trade Winds Conference held in Johannesburg. IP3 led two training workshops for 40 US Government commercial officials from sub-Saharan US embassies on the fundamentals of PPPs. Participants represented the US Department of Commerce, the Department of State, the Millennium Challenge Corporation, US AID and Power Africa.

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Trinidad & Tobago

IP3 was contracted to prepare a legal analysis of Trinidad’s draft PPP procurement law and regulations and provide recommendations on ways of aligning these norms with international best practices. IP3 will continue to support that country’s PPP Unit.