This report "Public-Private Partnerships in Land Administration: Analytical and Operational Frameworks" comes one year after GPRBA's signing of the West Bank and Gaza Real Estate Registration program, its first project in land administration.
GPRBA co-authored and co-sponsored this publication, along with the World Bank's Urban, Resilience, Disaster Risk Management and Land Unit (GPURL) and sister organization Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Fund (PPIAF). The report was developed to address knowledge gaps, advance the thinking on how PPPs can be implemented in land administration with appropriate risk mitigation, and explore how the World Bank and other development partners may engage in financing and building capacity in land administration.
With its analytical assessments and operational tools, the report intends to support governments (land agencies and government entities tasked with overseeing PPPs) and development partners in better understanding and identifying potential opportunities for PPPs in land administration.
Related 17 November 2020 feature story on World Bank website