PPPs or iPPPPs: which model provides greater infrastructural social impact in Sub-Saharan Africa?
Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is made up of West, East, Central and Southern Africa and comprises approximately 48 independent countries. The region contributed just 2.35 per cent to the global GDP in 2020 but accounted for over 14 per cent of the global population during the same period (World Bank, 2021). Data indicates that the global population will increase by 2 billion within the next three decades, half of which will be from the SSA (United Nations, 2019). Unfortunately, SSA economies are classified as fragile, making them vulnerable to economic shocks or health disruptions like pandemics (OECD, 2018). To prevent financial collapse, SSA countries require efficient financial structures that will ensure resilience in crisis whilst achieving sustainable growth.
Public private partnerships (PPPs) , Islamic Public-Private Philanthropy Partnerships (iPPPPs) , Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA)
Mahomed, Z. (2022). PPPs or iPPPPs: which model provides greater infrastructural social impact in Sub-Saharan Africa? IF Hub, 1 (March 2022), pp. 3-7.
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