Table of contents for Attracting investors to African public-private partnerships : a project preparation guide.

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1	Introduction
	Role of Public-Private Partnerships
	Scope of the Guide
	Limits of the Guide
2	Defining Public-Private Partnerships 
	Privatization and Management Contracts
	Types of Public-Private Partnerships
3	Setting the Framework
	Policy Rationale
	Legal Framework
	Investment Framework
	Operating Framework
4	Selecting Projects
	Project Scope and Requirements
	Feasibility of Delivering the Project as a Public-Private Partnership
	Value for Money
	Initial Market Assessment
	Lessons from Private Sector Engagement in Projects in Africa
5	Preparing Projects for Market
	Management of the Process
	Funding for Project Preparation
	Unsolicited Proposals
	Project Assessment
6	Managing Project Advisers
	Role of Advisers
	When to Use Advisers
	Appointment of Advisers
	Role of Public-Private Partnership Units
	Management of Advisers
7	Managing the Interface with the Private Sector
	Preparation for Market Sounding
	Before the Launch
	Perception of the Project
	Role of Development Finance Institutions, Regional Investors, and Donors 
	Transition to the Procurement Phase
8	Managing Procurement
	Outcome of the Procurement Phase
	Role of Advisers
	Role of Development Finance Institutions 
	Bid Stages
	Project Launch
	Request for Proposals
	Preferred Bidder and Financial Close
9	After Signing
Appendix A. World Bank Private Participation in Infrastructure Project Database
Appendix B. Sample Extract of a Management Risk Register for a Public-Private Partnership Project
Appendix C. List of Public-Private Partnership Web Sites
Appendix D. Profiles of Five African Public-Private Partnership Projects
5.1	Common Problems in Project Governance 
5.2	Common Mistakes in Project Preparation 
7.1	Top 10 Tips for a Successful Market-Sounding Exercise
7.2	Major Concerns of Contractors and Investors
7.3	Major Concerns of Project Lenders
8.1	Project Information Memorandum
8.2	Bidders¿ Conference
8.3	Summary of a Model Request for Qualification for Public-Private Partnership Projects, Government of India
9.1	Tips on Contract Management
1.1	Number and Value of Public-Private Participation Projects, by Region, 1996¿2006
1.2	Key Phases of the Public-Private Partnership Project Process
4.1	Stages of Project Selection
4.2	Elements of a Risk Management Plan
4.3	Typical Contractual Structure of a Public-Private Partnership 
4.4	Number of Private Participation in Infrastructure Projects in Africa, by Sector and Type of Contract, 1996¿2006
4.5	Number of Private Participation in Infrastructure Projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, by Sector, 1996¿2006
5.1	Project Preparation Process
5.2	Outline of a Structure of Project Governance 
8.1	Outline of the Procurement Process
8.2	Outline of the Prequalification Phase
8.3	Outline of the Request-for-Proposals and Financial Close Phase
9.1	Structure of Contract Management
4.1	An Example of Output Specifications for an Accommodation Public-Private Partnership
6.1	Role of External Advisers
7.1	Checklist before Launching the Procurement Phase
D.1	Profiles of Select Public-Private Partnership Projects in Africa

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Public works -- Africa -- Finance.
Infrastructure (Economics) -- Africa.
Public-private sector cooperation -- Africa.
Investments, Foreign -- Africa.