Kiribati’s infrastructure needs include the capital city road network, water and sanitation and environmental challenges related to coastal mining and marine biodiversity. Despite the lack of PPP-specific legislation and policies, the country has developed its first PPP in the tourism sector in collaboration with IFC.  Another PPP has been proposed to upgrade South Tarawa’s water supply network. As part of the proposed sector reforms, the government has been considering PPPs to improve the Public Utility Board’s operations and to finance investments in desalination systems. The government would benefit from external financing and technical assistance for the development of their PPP policy, legal framework and governance structure.

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