Vanuatu does not have PPP policy and legal framework in place; however, since 1991 the government has been using existing national policies and legislations to allow private sector engagement in infrastructure, as well as to develop the project concept and outsource procurement and contract management to consultants. For example, the build-own-operate-transfer (BOOT) legislation was passed in 2008,  developed specifically to legislate a PPP for the development of an international airport. The Utilities Regulatory Authority Act of 2007 was intended at establishing a regulator for water and electricity services.

More generally, the Government considers PPPs as a mechanism to implement the national infrastructure development plan and as of 2015, Vanuatu has implemented two energy PPPs and there has been private investment in telecom.

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