Felipe Montoro Jens Digs in on the Giant Education project in Rio

Felipe Montoro Jens is an expert consultant in the area of infrastructure development. He is a point person in the current PPP project undertaken by the City of Rio de Janeiro to build schools and boost the academic programs. The authorities have entered an agreement with the private sector to build 20, 000 daycare centers and another 40, 000 early childhood development schools. The project is a huge one that involves the International Finance Corporation as the main research advisor and consultant regarding the feasibility and related issues. Visit infomoney.com to learn more.

$2.3 billion

The PPP project in Rio is the largest ever undertaken in a developing country by the World Bank and supported through IFC. PPP projects are a development strategy that was adopted the Brazilian government to allow authorities to proceed with development projects by sourcing for support from the private sector when the government cannot immediately raise the resources required to channel towards important urgent projects. The philosophy behind the Public-Private Sector partnership is that development projects can be completed sooner, rather than waiting for the day and time that the authorities will have money to complete them. Felipe Montoro Jens explains that IFC is a common partner in such projects in developing countries. In particular, he reveals that IFC has been contracted to offer advisory and research at a cost of $2.3 million.

July 2012; the Date When He Project Was Inaugurated

They say that even if a rose is given another name, it will smell as sweet. Felipe Montoro Jens explains that the PPP project dubbed the Education network Project is the same one with the Public Private Partnership for Schools in Brazil, launched in 2012. It was first made public in Belo Horizonte in Minas Gerais. Felipe Montoro, who also acts as the spokesperson for the project activities explains that the project is well on course especially given the fact that the term of the current mayor of Rio De Janeiro runs all the way up to and including 2020. Mayor Crivella Marcelo fully supports the project activities. Felipe Montoro Jens reports that in the deal, the private sector will be charged with the construction and maintenance aspects while the city fathers will oversight the actual pedagogical aspects of its implementation. Check: http://maringa.odiario.com/politica/2018/03/veja-com-felipe-montoro-jens-cidade-mineira-investe-em-ppp-para-estimular-o-lazer-e-a-pratica-de-atividades-fisicas-da-populacao/2476577/