Public–Private Partnerships in ADB Education Lending, 2000–2009

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Asian Development Bank, Nov 1, 2010 - Education - 45 pages
Education is a concern for all, including students, parents, communities, employers, societies, and governments. All stakeholders have a role in providing education services. In this context, the operations of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in the education sector pursue new and innovative models of education service delivery and financing. Public–private partnerships (PPPs) can contribute to improving the quality and relevance of education, and to raising the cost efficiency of education delivery, including to disadvantaged groups. This report provides a review of PPP models supported by ADB financed education sector projects in the past decade. It is part of broader analytical work being conducted by ADB on PPPs in education that will guide education sector operations in the coming years.

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