Palladium Group Public Private Partnership Framework Development Jobs in Kenya
Palladium Group Public Private Partnership Framework Development Jobs in Kenya
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We work with foundations, investors, governments, corporations, communities and civil society to formulate strategies and implement solutions that generate lasting social, environmental and financial benefits.
For the past 50 years, we have been making Positive Impact possible.
With a team of more than 2,500 employees operating in 90 plus countries and a global network of more than 35,000 technical experts, Palladium has improved - and is committed to continuing to improve - economies, societies and most importantly, people's lives.
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Project Overview and Role:
USAID’s Kenya Investment Mechanism (KIM)
KIM is a USAID funded project that is designed to unlock $400 million in investment for key sectors of Kenya’s economy, including agriculture;
Horticulture, dairy, and livestock (supported by Feed the Future), energy (supported by Power Africa), regional trade and investment opportunities (supported by the Prosper Africa initiative), women-owned businesses as well as in the WASH, health, and infrastructure sectors.
KIM addresses constraints on both the supply and demand sides of investment transactions and is building a market system that will mobilize substantial capital from the public and private sectors.
By building local partnerships among stakeholders in the financial system, KIM is stimulating the power of the private sector to accelerate Kenya’s journey to self-reliance.
KIM addresses two principal market failures that have discouraged investors from financing important segments of the targeted sectors: (i) insufficient quality consulting services (financial, transaction advisory, strategy, and business performance); and (ii) limited scalability of financial products tailored to selected key sectors of the economy in the region.
KIM provides capacity building support to both business advisory service providers (BASPs) and Financial Institutions (FIs).
KIM uses smart incentives to mobilize finance for development in the targeted sectors.
These incentives are designed to create a sustainable ecosystem for businesses to access finance and investments needed to expand and grow.
Business transactions are further supported by a diverse range of sustainable partnerships--with and among strategic businesses, institutions, government counterparts (county and national) and other development partners.
These partnerships will lead to scaling and replicating creative approaches to unlock finance and investments, reduce risks of extending credit to the agriculture and energy sectors, and offer testing of innovative business models that can be scaled.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
Nakuru County’s Interest in Enhancing Private Sector Participation through PPPs
The County Government of Nakuru recognizes the important role that could be played by the private sector in implementing and financing investments in infrastructure, clean energy, water and sanitation, low-cost urban housing, and solid waste management among other strategic sectors for the county and wishes to develop and promote public-private partnerships (PPP) for these purposes.
The Government of Kenya issued a Public Private Partnership Policy and Act on 15th January 2013 with formation of a PPP department at the Ministry of Finance.
As a result, the County Government of Nakuru, wishes to take advantage and maximize the potential development benefit of the law and develop a PPP
framework that reflects the county of Nakuru’s strategic objectives in attracting additional investment from international investors.
Based on the above, the Department of Finance, Nakuru County would like to contract a PPP consultant to guide the development of a Public–Private Partnership Framework for the county and some of the pilot projects identified as bankable in energy, water and sanitation, low-cost housing, solid waste management, and agricultural development among other potential projects.
The PPP consulting firm will assist Nakuru County through development of a Public Private Partnership (PPP) framework that will provide a platform for the county to support and implement PPPs.
Through its PPP portfolio under the Resource Mobilization sub-unit in the Finance Department, the County is keen on developing framework services in infrastructure finance with private sector funding and operations.
This includes public-private partnerships, concessions, management contracts, loans and other partnerships to support the county to address the challenge on how to prioritize and finance the infrastructure investment in energy, water and sanitation, low-cost housing, solid waste management, agricultural development as needed.
The overall scope of this consulting assignment is to provide support to the County Government of Nakuru, in collaboration with the department of Finance on the development of a PPP framework. Specifically, the assignment will include the following tasks:
Assist the County Government of Nakuru in developing a PPP Policy Framework for investment and partnerships with private sector.
Guide the Department of Finance & Resource Mobilization sub-unit in developing county-led PPP Operational Guidelines that can be approved by the County Assembly of Nakuru
Mentor, guide, and support the county officials to develop PPP laws and regulations
A report on the Review of County PPP laws and regulations
Draft PPP policy framework for County Government of Nakuru
Draft PPP Operating Guidelines for County Government of Nakuru
Capacity building and training sessions delivered for County staff on the PPP policy framework and operating guidelines for the County.
Each deliverable will be subject to review, revision, and final approval by KIM Chief of Party or his designate and deliverables will also be submitted to the Chief Executive Committee Member (CECM), Finance and the Resource Mobilization Chief Officer who will undertake overall support.
The consultancy firm must demonstrate:
Must have at least 10 years’ past work experience drafting, developing and implementing PPP framework for infrastructure projects.
Experience relating to PPPs for County Government and the financial and investment services sector is also an added advantage.
Must have worked on PPPs frameworks, preferably in African countries or in developing/emerging economies.
Demonstrated experience in identifying counties finance and investment needs-with experience in developing framework services for infrastructure finance with private sector funding.
Experience in identifying private sector’s needs and developing appropriate solutions while maintaining effective working relationship with county national and international stakeholders.
How to Apply
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