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Training on Mediterranean Public Private Partnership schemes in Water Infrastructure January 9, 2012

Posted by euccmed in Events&Training, Mediterranean News.
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Source: Horizon 2020

This three-day long regional training course was organized in Amman, Jordan (19-21 December 2011) and was a collaborative effort of two ENPI funded projects, the H2020 CB/MEP and the recently launched Sustainable Integrated Water management (SWIM) project. Twenty five high-level professionals from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Jordan, Lebanon, Montenegro, Morocco, oPt and Tunisia attended the course.

The main objective of this training course was to deepen the participants’ know how on the concept of PPP for different projects, their capacity to identify risks and risk sharing methods as well as their implications, always within the context of Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM). The course consisted of four main parts: (1) Background and type of PSPs and selection methodology, (2) Enabling environment, risk management and allocation, (3) Financial considerations and modeling, and (4) Case studies.

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