The city of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil has set out to create approximately 20,000 new places in day care centres, as well as another 40,000 new places in pre-schools by the year 2020. This achievement is expected to be realised under the leadership of Marcelo Crivella, who is the Mayor of Rio de Janeiro. The city is looking forward to the assistance of Public-Private Partnership which will deal with the construction, maintenance and non-pedagogical services of education apparatus. This undertaking is currently in the feasibility studies. This project matches the first 2012 Public-Private Partnership which took place in Belo Horizonte.
During Felipe Montoro Jens campaigns, Mayor Crivella had expressed his intentions of committing to the education sector. This is the reason why this project is familiar to those people who went to campaigns with him. The project has sought consultancy services from International Finance Corporation, which is a member of the World Bank. This consultancy is expected to cost R $2.3 million. International Finance Corporation happens to be the leading private sector development institution in so far as developing world is concerned. International Finance Corporation says they use their expertise in assisting their partners to surmount challenges in finance, political and operational fronts. This institution has been bestowed the responsibility of providing consultancy and analysis of public lighting PPP in Rio.
The law 11,079 of 2004 has enabled the modality of public contracting, which provides guidelines as to how the bidding and contracting of PPP should be done. The partnership between the government and the private sector provides an alternative to bridge the gap that exists in the public service provision, occasioned by inadequate resources. This model of the contract is supported by the administrative concession contract which has to be signed by the private companies and public administration institutions.