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Wednesday, 12 September 2018

Gov’t expands PPP schools program to 1,000 and launches second phase in Dec

Gov’t expands PPP schools program to 1,000 and launches second phase in Dec: It appears that the government has substantially increased the scope of its public-private partnership (PPP) program to develop schools to 1,000 schools from 200, according to Ater Hanoura, who heads up the Finance Ministry’s PPP unit. Phase two of the program alone will consist of 200 schools, he noted. The tender for these schools was moved to December after initially being slated for July. Five companies, including CIRA, won the right to develop and operate schools under phase one of the program.

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