In 2011, the ADB rated the Maldives’ country program as effective regarding its overall success for the outputs and outcomes, including the promotion of PPPs. The island country made significant efforts to promote private sector investment, for example in telecommunications and tourism. Regarding PPPs, the country has had little experience, the Malé airport being a prominent exception.  Besides infrastructure, the government also encouraged private participation in the healthcare and education sectors. During the last couple of years, significant progress in infrastructure development and PPP has been absent, partly due to the political instability following the police coup and undemocratic change in government.

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