March 2018 - April 2019
Research & Analysis
The objective of the assignment was to prepare an analytical framework and an operational tool to inform the development of public-private partnership (PPP) schemes for the provision of land administration services in developing countries.
The objective of the assignment was to develop analytical and operational tools to inform the development of public-private partnership (PPP) schemes for the provision of land administration services in developing countries. This assignment was done by: (a) developing an analytical framework for PPPs in land administration; (b) conducting analytical work on current trends and developments in PPPs in developing countries in land administration and other sectors e.g. water, electricity, among others; (c) exploring RBF modalities for PPPs in delivering land administration services; (d) preparing an operational framework and checklist; (e) developing country-level feasibility analyses for up to three countries; and (f) organizing consultations to facilitate dialogue between public and private sector participants and to obtain feedback to refine the knowledge products developed under this assignment.
The main services provided by LEI for each component were:
Stakeholder consultations on feasibility studies to get buy-in.
The consultations provided an interesting fora in which to discuss opportunities and challenges in the toolkit. However, the in-country pilot testing was most beneficial since it provided useful reviews in the working environment for which it was intended.