WCI has been involved in PPPs since 2003, mainly with the Institute of Public Private Partnership (IP3), on capacity building in many countries in Middle East & Africa. In addition WCI supported IP3’s consultancy in Jordan, Botswana, Zambia, Kenya, Mozambique and Nigeria. Since then WCI has developed PPP and is now looking for the mining sector infrastructure projects to develop the concept of Public Private Community Partnership (PPCP). Ken Wright is pioneering Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and PPCP to support community based projects in the recently proposed project for Karnataka State, India, with Mott MacDonald are part of a sustainable costal protection strategy. PPCP, we believe, will have wide implication for sustainable social economic development and the extractive industries (see our section on sustainable social economic development). WCI have been involved in the negotiation of PPP/concession agreements between potential partners and governments. WCI supports PPP/concession capacity building on negotiation techniques to support better partnership arrangements between the private sector and the regulatory sector.
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