PPP's in Land Administration

The objective of the assignment is 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.
Project narrative

The objective of the assignment is 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 will be 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.

Description of key services provided

The main services provided by LEI for each component are:

Component A:

  • Literature review capturing work that has already been done on PPPs in developing countries
  • Gaps in existing literature with respect to what is needed for land administration PPPs
  • Analytical framework and report covering key themes mentioned under Component A description

Component B:

  • Operational Framework and Checklist for the adoption of PPPs in land administration
  • Short guidance notes on how operational teams may use the checklist
  • Participation in stakeholder consultations
  • Logistical support for the organization of the consultations (primarily the second and third consultations)
  • Input on list of invitees for the consultations

 

Component C

  • Country-level feasibility analyses
  • In-country missions to up to three countries

Stakeholder consultations on feasibility studies to get buy-in