Establishment of a central PPP unit by Tanzanian government is under final decision to coordinate the country’s infrastructure projects.
Adolf Mkenda, Deputy Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Finance, told delegates at an event in Dar es Salaam that a PPP Centre supports both the public and private sectors as it plays a significant role to coordinate the delivery of projects.
“We need a system that will turn the risks and uncertainties from PPP into opportunities, and there is no way we can achieve that without learning,” he told local press.
The Tanzanian government expect to gather experiences of the Korean government who turned up their as delegates. The Tanzanian government had a plan to launch a Eurobond to help fund a range of infrastructure projects across the country.