Latin America and the Caribbean need to renew their digital infrastructure if they aim to provide the quality of services that their users need. It’s time to improve the region’s connectivity landscape. … [Read more...] about Rethinking the Digital Pathways of Latin America and the Caribbean
Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) are a suitable option for increasing private contribution to improving health care in Latin America and the Caribbean. Three notable cases implemented in Spain and Uruguay demonstrate this. … [Read more...] about Three Examples of Public-Private Partnerships in Health Care for Latin America and the Caribbean
People newly engaged with PPPs often hold strong beliefs about them. Some of them are just plain wrong. … [Read more...] about 3 Myths about Public Private Partnerships
The dry wind and unrelenting sun left one uncomfortably exposed. The wafer thin air challenged every breath and made each step feel like my legs were encased in lead. Yet the journey into this Martian landscape disturbed by volcanoes in Chile’s Atacama Desert was well-worth it. South America’s first, and the highest of its kind at 4500 meters above sea level, the Cerro … [Read more...] about Pioneering climate fund shows us what real transformations can look like
Until the end of 1990, Latin America and the Caribbean was the region with the greatest proliferation of public-private partnerships (PPPs). At that point, investments plummeted, partly due to negative reactions caused by its deficient implementation. In 2005, thanks to the joint efforts of public, private sector, and multilaterals, PPPs became again a widely used … [Read more...] about What have we learned after a decade of public-private partnerships in Latin America and the Caribbean?