Serendipity Knowledge Program: Enabling Public-Private Partnerships in Sri Lanka: Highlights of the PPP Monitor
Sri Lanka is on the cusp of becoming an upper-middle-income country (UMIC).
Private investments in key sectors will be an important ingredient in facilitating economic advancement and establishing the country as a UMIC. Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) can bring private sector capital and efficiency to development projects identified and supported by the state.
Recognizing the vital role of PPPs for Sri Lanka in the current phase of development, ADB facilitated the Serendipity Knowledge Program event to introduce emerging highlights from ADB’s Sri Lanka PPP Monitor and initiate a discussion among stakeholders on improving the enabling environment for PPPs in the country.
|Date||Session / Activity||Presentation Material||Speaker(s)|
|12 Jan 2022||Webinar Recording||
Video: Enabling Public-Private Partnerships in Sri Lanka: Highlights of the PPP Monitor
Recognizing the vital role of public-private partnerships (PPP) for Sri Lanka in the current phase of development, ADB facilitatedthis knowledge event...