Nigeria Infrastructure PPP Delivery Framework


Ministry of Budget & National Planning

Sponsor - Ministry of Budget & National Planning
Sector - Public-Private Partnerships
Location - Abuja, Nigeria
Year - 2015 - 2016
Duration - 8 Months
Our Role - Programme Lead, Legal & PPP Technical Assistance

Our Delivery Partners

The Situation

The Situation

In March 2016, the Nigeria Infrastructure PPP (NIPPP) Summit Group - a private sector consortium of multidisciplinary infrastructure advisors led by Adams & Moore - was invited by the Ministry Budget and National Planning (MBNP) to develop and deliver a Pre-Summit workshop on PPPs. This was in collaboration with the Infrastructure Concession and Regulatory Commission (ICRC), and was part of the Federal Government’s efforts to kick-start the process of implementing the First Operational Plan of the Nigerian Integrated Infrastructure Masterplan. The summit was supported by the AfDB and attracted 103 invited participants from 18 Federal Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs), and 6 Development Finance Institutions (DFIs) and International Development Partners (IDPs) to review and validate the PPP pipeline projects for four critical sectors; Power Transport, Health and Agriculture.

The Solution

The Solution

A two day workshop was delivered, with day one hosting a number of capacity building sessions facilitated by 19 key resource persons comprising of subject matter experts and key ecosystem players drawn from Nigeria’s PPP community of Practice; and day two structured around a review of 51 current and candidate PPP projects in the four summit focus areas. The output of the exercise produced a validated and prioritised list of bankable PPP projects in Nigeria and highlighted the key constraints affecting the successful delivery of pipeline PPP projects, which the multi-disciplinary team of consultants reflected on in setting out key recommendations for improving Nigeria’s PPP Delivery Framework.

Our Assistance

Our Assistance

In order to support the Federal Ministry, we led a programme and developed sector-focused PPP roadmaps for the critical infrastructure sectors of Power, Transport, Agriculture and Health, as well as produced and validated a prioritised list of bankable PPP projects for these sectors in Nigeria. We also produced a series of project reviews and capacity development workshops for public sector MDAs, and produced a pre-summit workshop report with key recommendations for improving Nigeria’s PPP Delivery Framework.

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