Since 2011-14, the government of Tonga has encouraged private sector participation and PPPs for infrastructure development. The key sectors the government considers for PPPs are transport, health and tourism.  As of 2015, Tonga has undertaken two PPPs in energy and has seen private participation in a telecom project.

Tonga has the world’s third highest level of risk to disasters with the effects of climate change increasing their frequency and intensity. To address the serious threats posed to people, the environment and livelihoods in Tonga, the government is looking at mechanisms for better integrating climate change and disaster risk management into broader socio-economic development by using PPPs.

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