Report about activities of Public-Private Partnership Development Centre for 2021
Technical support project has been launched in the framework of the Asia Pacific Project Preparation Facility (AP3F) in the Asia-Pacific region.
The project aims to support the provision of infrastructure in the country through the mechanism of Public-Private Partnership (PPP). The project consists of 3 components:
- Strengthening the institutional capacity of the Public-Private Partnership Development Center and evaluation of the PPP projects;
- Preparation of the Internet resource of the PPP Development Center and its integration into the global networks of Public-Private Partnership;
- Organization of training and professional certification programs on the preparation of Public-Private Partnership projects.
According to the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Small and Medium Business Development Agency (SMBDA) and the Istanbul Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Center of Excellence, representatives of SMBDA and the State Agency for Compulsory Health Insurance visited Turkey Representatives of SMBDA and the State Agency for Compulsory Health Insurance visited Turkey to study Turkey's experience in implementing PPP projects in the healthcare sector and discuss further cooperation areas.
On October 4, Istanbul hosted a meeting on a Public-Private Partnership between the chairman of the SMBDA Board Orhan Mammadov, chairman of the Board of the State Agency for Compulsory Health Insurance Zaur Aliyev, and the head of the Istanbul PPP Center Eyup Vural. The parties exchanged views on the implementation of PPP projects in the healthcare sector, Turkey's experience in this area, the SMBDA’s work on the application of the PPP model in various sectors, and prospects for cooperation.
During the visit, the delegation also visited several hospitals based on the PPP model and visited our veterans.
On May 8, the Small and Medium Business Development Agency (SMBDA) with the support of the Center for the Development of Public-Private Partnerships and the Istanbul Center for Best Practices in Public-Private Partnerships held another webinar on public-private partnership (PPP). The head of the Istanbul Public-Private Partnership Center of Excellence Eyup Vural Aydin made a presentation about his experience in Public-Private partnerships, the projects implemented in this area, and their specifics at the event with the participation of representatives of the State Agency for Compulsory Health Insurance. He answered the questions of the participants.
During the discussions, the opportunities for developing the public-private partnership in healthcare and the expansion of implementing this model in our country, and the importance of applying the positive experience of Turkey in this area have been stressed.
The Small and Medium Business Development Agency (SMBDA) was represented at the annual congress of the World Association of PPP Units and Professionals (WAPPP). At an online panel on CIS countries, arranged on June 14-16, 2006, deputy chairman of the SMBDA Board Mehman Abbas provided the participants with detailed information on the measures to develop a favourable business and investment and public-private partnership (PPP) environment created as a result of the reforms performed in Azerbaijan. He also noted the possibility of using the PPP model in restoring the destroyed public infrastructure of the liberated Karabakh.
At a panel with the participation of the heads of the PPP centers of Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan, the PPP opportunities in the entire region, the upcoming key challenges, and future trends in the model development have been discussed and questions answered.