Capacity Building and Training Workshop: Public-Private Partnerships for Infrastructure Projects with a Focus on Transport

11 - 14 février 2019
Escola Nacional de Administração (ENAD)
, Angola



Training participants segregated by gender / Participantes de formação segregados por género

Training participants segregated by sector / Participantes de formação segregados por sector

This training workshop is part of the capacity-building activities of the EU-UNCTAD joint Programme of Support for Angola Train for Trade II – A Trade Support Project (ACOM), financed by the European Union, and specifically part of the Transport and Logistics Component under this project.

The objectives of this training workshop are:

  • To build knowledge and understanding of Angolan Government officials on:
    i. How Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) work; and
    ii. The different phases of design and implementation of PPPs, from identifying the project to managing the contract, with especial emphasis on transportation (roads, rails, ports and logistics).
  • To identify key issues which are relevant to achieve successful implementation of PPPs in Angola.

Public-private partnerships (PPPs) are a mechanism for Governments to procure and implement public infrastructure and/or services using the resources and expertise of the private sector. PPPs can be an effective way to build and implement new infrastructure, or to renovate, operate, maintain or manage existing transport infrastructure facilities. In both areas PPPs can be a mutually beneficial way to solve critical transportation problems if they are properly structured and implemented. PPPs combine the skills and resources of both the public and private sectors through sharing of risks and responsibilities.

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Government of Angola and the European Union in Angola
Sponsor / funding:
European Union

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Sites correspondants:


Ministry of Commerce (MINCO)




European Union in Angola


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For further information, see:


Ms. Frida Youssef
Mr. Adelino Muxito
Ms. Luisa Rodriguez 
Ms. Tamara Gregol