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Author Bank, World

Title Private Solutions for Infrastructure in Lesotho
Published Washington : World Bank, 2005


Description 1 online resource (104 pages)
Contents Contents; Introduction and Acknowledgments; 1. Executive Summary; Tables; 2. Cross-Cutting Themes, Sector Comparisons, and an Action Plan to Frame PPI in Lesotho; Figures; 3. Electricity; 4. Telecommunications; 5. Transportation; 6. Water and Sanitation; 7. Solid Waste Sector
Summary Infrastructure in Lesotho is relatively undeveloped with poor coverage and low-quality services common to many African countries that have low per capita incomes and government fiscal limitations that constrain infrastructure investment. This report finds that private participation in infrastructure could offer Lesotho three key advantages: (1) augmenting budget resources in cases where the private sector undertakes to finance projects or services that would not otherwise be funded, (2) improving the quality and efficiency of service delivery, and (3) accelerating investments in infrastructure
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Subject Infrastructure (Economics) -- Lesotho
Public-private sector cooperation -- Lesotho
Infrastructure, Transport, and Urban Development
Private sector
Infrastructure (Economics)
Public-private sector cooperation
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9780821362068