ABOUT DIRECTORATE GENERAL PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

The Directorate General Public Private Partnerships is a technical board providing qualified assistance on all what related to PPP, to the political and administrative decision makers, for enhancing their planning, developing and implementing projects activities and protect the vested public interest and budget.

WHAT IS PPP?

Public-Private Partnership [(PPP)]: a partnership between an Entity and a Private Party for the purpose of infrastructure development and public services provision, funding, and development of them, in a manner that responsibilities , risks, profit and loss are shared by the Entity and the Private Party on an equitable basis, the Private Party performs the functions of the Entity and utilizes its assets/resources for a particular period of time; Read more …

DOCUMENTS

The main achievements of the Directorate General Public Private Partnership are that PPP Law which is set under the constitution of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is finalized and approved as per the legal presidential decree; National Policy are finalized and approved by the Cabinet of the Islamic republic of Afghanistan.

PPP Regulation is finalized and soon will be approved by the Cabinet of the Islamic republic of Afghanistan.

PPP PROJECTS

The term “Public–Private Partnership” describes a range of long-term contracts among public and private entities in the context of infrastructure and other public services. A PPP project is designed to motivate the private sector to invest in government projects and obtain its investment along with profit at a given rate via charging a user fee or tariff for consumers in the long-term.

From an economic point of view, PPP projects will evolve new paths for the private sector to invest in the public sector and sustain long-term turnover. These private investments would create jobs, build capacity of public sector employees, spur innovation, provide essential infrastructure and services, boost the economy and strengthen standards in public and corporate governance. Moreover, PPP projects will provide opportunities for financial institutions to invest their money/reserves in these projects thereby providing an opportunity of restricting the outflow of money from Afghanistan.

 

CONTACT US

Directorate General Public Private Partnership
Ministry of Finance, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan
Pashtunistan Watt, Kabul-Afghanistan

+93 79 10 300 22

cpppa@mof.gov.af