How to design sustainable healthcare PPPs?
The world is facing a challenge of climate change and a huge infrastructure gap to be filled in order to achieve Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. Public – private partnerships could contribute to closing an infrastructure
gap and be instrumental in achieving Sustainable Development Goals. This training would allow the participants to get acquainted with a new policy framework for sustainable PPPs, learn main notions and principles, develop
understanding of how SDGs could and should be reflected when designing and implementing PPPs, understand requirements, benchmarks and existing tools, examine main sources of funding and financing of sustainable PPP
projects and learn from existing case studies.
Eng. Natalia Korchakova-Heeb is an internationally recognized expert in sustainable infrastructure, public procurement, public-private partnerships and international technical assistance with experience in the public, private
and non-governmental sectors.
She has a Diploma in Environmental Management from Claude Bernard University (France) and is trained and accredited EDGE Expert to support with use of EDGE Certification Tool “Green Buildings”. EDGE is an innovation of IFC, a member of the World Bank Group.
Natalia Korchakova-Heeb is Managing Director of SDG.17 Consulting GmbH, founder of award- winning platform PPPHealth4All, member of the Steering Committee of the World Association of PPP Units and PPP professionals, PPPspeaker of the German Health Alliance.
What Will I Learn?
- Introduction to the Sustainable Development Goals Agenda
- Concept of Sustainable Infrastructure (SI)
- New benchmarks for PPPs – compliance with SDGs
- Preparation for sustainable PPPs - sustainable lifecycle
- Sustainable design
- Sustainable procurement
- Sustainable architecture
- Sustainable construction
- Sustainable operation and maintenance
- Sustainable decommissioning
- Impact assessment
- Sources of funding and financing for sustainable PPP projects - sustainable financing
- Voluntary Sustainability Standards (VSS)