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GIF PROJECT DEFINITION ACTIVITIES APPROVED

Jordan
Sector
:

Transport

Technical Partner
:

EBRD

Description
:

​The GIF will support EBRD to design a PPP project for Marka that would bring competition in the air traffic market and allow growth of LCCs in Jordan.

Brazil
Sector
:

Energy

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

Several cities across Brazil are looking to develop PPP projects that replace and then maintain their public lighting network, to improve reliability, cut emissions and costs. GIF support will help review and filter the best candidates among the cities to be a part of the pilot.

Egypt
Sector
:

multisector

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

GIF engagement includes reviewing priority project pipelines to identify and prioritize a set of early-mover projects—based on project readiness and sector priorities—and preparing project-specific action plans that detail the work needed to bring the projects to market.

Liberia
Sector
:

Transport

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

Support to hire a consultant to undertake an initial market sounding and determine if there is interest from investors and lenders to provide commercial financing for the project.  

Vietnam
Sector
:

Water

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

Support to determine the optimal institutional setup for the regional water supply scheme and identify potential private sector interest in financing and/or operating some or all of the planned regional water supply infrastructure as PPPs.

Ecuador
Sector
:

Transport

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

Support the City of Quito to raise $330m of private capital to close a funding gap on their first metro. This would be the first access to commercial finance for the City.

Vietnam
Sector
:

Energy

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

Provide strategic advice to EVN (State Owned Enterprise) to define an overall strategy for international bond issuance, prepare information readiness for rating execution, and conduct rating simulation, with an objective of diversifying its financing sources to finance future investment and to strengthen its financial sustainability.

Colombia
Sector
:

Energy

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

Assist Government of Colombia and Financiera de Desarrollo Nacional (FDN) in mobilizing private sector investments to support a program for renewable energy and energy efficiency development with focus on preparing and designing optimal credit enhancement structure/guarantee program.

Brazil
Sector
:

Transport

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

Programmatic support to bring to market a set of priority federal-level road, airport, port, and rail projects, with focus on achieving wider — particularly international — market participation and sources of finance.

Cote d'Ivoire
Sector
:

Transport

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

Consists of two PPP concessions. One for a new 2nd bridge crossing of the Vridi-Bietry Bay, and another one for the development of an inland port facility adjacent to the AutoRoute du Nord.

Egypt
Sector
:

Transport

Technical Partner
:

EBRD

Description
:

Greenfield dry port and connecting rail bypass, intended to facilitate trade and reduce congestion, as part of a modal shift from road to rail for freight transport.

Indonesia
Sector
:

Transport

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

The Indonesia Infrastructure Guarantee Fund (IIGF) has expressed interest in working with GIF and BPJT (the Indonesian Toll Roads regulator) on a toll road program.  

Argentina
Sector
:

Transport

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

 Programmatic support to Government of Argentina in the process of re-engaging the market for private investment in infrastructure under new Government.

Lebanon
Sector
:

Transport

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

The objective of the assignment is to assess the various PPP options for the operation and maintenance of the proposed Greater Beirut BRT and feeder system, and potentially, also the rolling-stock and supporting system investment.

Argentina
Sector
:

Transport

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

Development of early-mover or “pilot” PPP projects in the priority sub-sectors of WSS and irrigation.

Tunisia
Sector
:

Energy

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

Major regional transmission project to help create an African-European energy market. Project would include a 192km submarine DC cable.

Sri Lanka
Sector
:

Energy

Technical Partner
:

International Finance Corporation

Description
:

Support the establishment of a LNG receiving terminal.

Ghana
Sector
:

Transport

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

This is a major dry port project designed to release operational pressure at the major seaport Port of Tema.

Ukraine
Sector
:

Transport

Technical Partner
:

EBRD

Description
:

 Assessing and preparing a potential concession for the port of Oktyabrsk.

India
Sector
:

Transport

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

Potential support to the states’ extensive highway rehabilitation program in India.

Georgia
Sector
:

Transport

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

Structuring a lease-type contract for the operations and tolling of this strategic highway in Georgia.

Ukraine
Sector
:

Transport

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

Evaluating the viability of River transport and a new river port concession.

GIF PROJECT PREPARATION & STRUCTURING ACTIVITY APPROVED

Malawi
Sector
:

Water

Technical Partner
:

International Finance Corporation

Description
:

The GIF will provide transaction support to assist the Lilongwe Water Board with the preparation of the PPP transaction. The funding would support IFC’s role as a transaction advisor and hiring of technical and legal consultants to prepare the transaction.

Panama
Sector
:

Energy

Technical Partner
:

International Finance Corporation

Description
:

Support to private financing of transmission line linking Panama's west coast renewable energy generation with the wider grid.

Jordan
Sector
:

Transport

Technical Partner
:

International Finance Corporation

Description
:

Assist the Government of Kingdom of Jordan to rehabilitate, expand and improve the service levels at the King Hussein Bridge (KHB) Crossing Terminal, which is a key entry and exit point of the Jordan River between the Jordan and the West Bank.

Myanmar
Sector
:

Energy

Technical Partner
:

International Finance Corporation

Description
:

Transaction advisory of LNG import and selecting a private sector developer to finance and operate a ca. 500 million standard cubic feet per day FSRU under a medium term agreement.

Philippines
Sector
:

Transport

Technical Partner
:

International Finance Corporation

Description
:

Support to the Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA) to design, structure and implement a PPP transaction to expand the current Clark Airport terminal capacity from 5 to 8 million passengers per year, improve air and land-side facilities, and secure a qualified airport operator.

Senegal
Sector
:

Transport

Technical Partner
:

International Finance Corporation

Description
:

Bus-based mass transportation system in the Greater Dakar Area. The project consists of (i) transport infrastructure (construction of bus lanes, terminals and stations, passenger information system, safety and security); and (ii) transport equipment and systems (procurement of bus fleet, operating system).

Mauritius
Sector
:

Water

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

 “Hybrid-affermage” 15-year PPP contract to increase volume and efficiency of water supply in six metering districts, and replace pipes to reduce non-revenue water.

Indonesia
Sector
:

Energy

Technical Partner
:

International Finance Corporation

Description
:

The project will be one of the first gas-fired IPPs. Total project cost is approximately US$1 billion.

Solomon Islands
Sector
:

Energy

Technical Partner
:

World Bank

Description
:

 20 MW hydropower plant under a 30 year PPA.