There are more public private partnerships in Brazil today, than it was ten years ago. The federal government has ramped up efforts in creating environment that are optimal for public private partnerships. Brazil has created agencies like the Program of Partnerships and Investments (PPI), who actively seeks to created relationships with private sectors business leaders to explore opportunities in the best interest of all parties involved. Felipe Montoro Jens is the Chief Executive Officer at of Odebrecht Properties, and has worked with many international companies as a consultant on ways to avoid economic waste, and solutions to created more efficient projects.

Felipe Montoro Jens reports many states in Brazil are implementing public private partnerships to tackle projects. In Bahia, there is currently a public private partnership project called the Light Rail Vehicle Project (VLT). This project according to Felipe Montoro Jens will impact over 1 million residents of the state. The Light Rail Vehicle Project is projects to run until 2031, and covers 19 miles and 21 stops. Learn more about Felipe Montoro Jens at

In the state of Minas Gerais, in the capitol city Belo Horizonte, Felipe Montoro Jens has reports on a 20 year public lighting project. The Belo Horizonte projects is to upgrade all 182,000 public lights from the older luminary lighting system to LED light. This Belo Horizonte is the largest public private partnership project in history on this scale. Mr. Felipe Montoro Jens reported the most populous city in Brazil, Sao Paulo is among the other cities looking to implement similar projects after the success of the Belo Horizonte p public private partnership project.

It has been reported by Felipe Montoro Jens the government company Infraero is going to auction off about 13 airports scheduled for the end of 2018. Infraerois responsible for managing all of the major airports in the country, and by auctioning some of these airports will help reduce the budget of the federal government. The government according to Felipe is investing R $ 44 million to help create more economic efficient projects. Another project planned for 2018 is a big road construction public private partnership project for highways, BR153 and BR364.

The City of Rio de Janeiro is focusing on improving it’s child education network. They are doing it through a program called Public – Private Partnership (PPP). According to the specialist in Projects of Infrastructure, Felipe Mantoro Jens, several thousand jobs with daycare centers and pre-schools will become available by the end of 2020. In addition, all educational equipment services will be improved significantly.

The consulting firm that will spearhead this project is the International Finance Corporation (IFC). The World Bank Group is the largest private sector development which is utilizing their strengths and resources by applying their financial resources, expertise and worldwide experience to assist the private sector in developing countries.

The first model of the Public-Private Partnership of schools in Brazil was established in 2012 in the city of Belo Horizonte, which is the capital of Minas Gerais. This model is very similar to that. During his campaign, Marcelo Crevilla, the mayor of Rio de Janeiro, promised that the education sector would take priority once he was elected. The model of Belo Horizonte was a huge inspiration for him and he was confident that a similar plan would work for the city of Rio de Janeiro.

Created on December 30, 2004 by Law No. 11,079, the Public Private Partnerships creates rules and guidelines for bidding and contracting. It’s model is based on an agreement between public administration and private partners. These entities may include the State, the Federal District, as well as partners in the private sector. With this agreement, private partners are able to receive allowances from public services.

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