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Workshop: PPPs in the road sector

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There is a need to continue with PPP training in Kenya and across Africa as more and more government consider PPPs as viable financing models for large infrastructure projects. While there are currently multiple opportunities for PPP training, in practical terms each project and region will also come with its own set of unique challenges and opportunities.

The fact that only 6 out of 70 PPP projects have achieved commercial or financial close is a clear indication of the challenges being faced by the teams that are developing these projects.


This workshop is specifically aimed at those working in the road infrastructure sector and will provide specific road sector examples and learnings.


As the Kenyan government enacts the Public-Private Partnerships (Amended) Act, 2017 the time is perfect to understand not only the basics of PPP deals around the world but also to gain insight into the specific requirements for these types of deals in Kenya and other parts of Africa.



This workshop is designed as a hands-on training opportunity for people already working on projects which are at various stages in the PPP process. It is aimed at giving practical solutions by learning from various PPP projects from other parts of the world as well as enabling the participants to learn from each other.

Our PPP workshop is aimed at the different players in the roads sector including government officials, heads of strategic planning, PPP practitioners, fund managers, pension management officials, investors, banks and technical construction professionals, lawyers and contractors.


  • Understanding PPPs and their role in delivering infrastructure services

  • PPP models

  • Understanding risk and risk allocation

  • The project cycle and procurement

  • Legal frameworks and contracting

  • PPP structures and financial modelling


Engineers, managers and financial officers in government who are involved in the development of PPPs, case officers and project managers, directors and director generals of road agencies, road funds, contractors, EPCs, government departments, law firms, advisories, consultants and regulators.


Conference attendees will be able to add-on attendance for the PPP workshop to their registration for a special low price of GBP695 / $850 (stand-alone attendance of the workshop can be discussed on request).


Meet your workshop presenters:
Andre Kruger


Mr Kruger is the Nepad Business Foundation, program manager for the Africa Investment and Integration Desk (AVID). He currently actively market and deliver the internationally accredited Certified PPP Professional Training course program across the African continent.


The NBF and Mr Kruger have been accredited to deliver the World Bank designed program, accredited by APMG.

Mary Chege


Mary is a legal expert with over 17 years of experience in advising across a broad range of project and corporate finance transactions across sub-Saharan Africa.


In the energy and infrastructure sector, she has advised and drafted various agreements including turnkey EPC contracts, construction contracts, concession contracts, PPA and DBFOM contracts for projects in the energy, transport and ICT sectors in particular.

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Peter Colemen

Tel: +44 (0) 020 8123 9920

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