Public Private Partnership Unit (PPPU)

Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) are being widely used as a procurement method by Governments all over the world. The objective of such partnerships is to better serve the public through partnering arrangements with private sector.

The Government of Sindh has enacted a PPP Law in 2010. It has been drafted to supplement the legal and regulatory framework for PPPs and to assist both the private and the public sectors in implementing this innovative procurement methodology.

A central PPP Unit was established in the Finance Department to assist the PPP Policy Board in promotion and development of Public-Private Partnerships in the Province. Besides, the PPP Unit assist government agencies in liaison with consultants, overall procurement process and execution of projects to be undertaken in PPP mode.

30th April, 2021
RFP - Advertisement - Tharparkar Tourism Project
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30th April, 2021
Request for Proposal (RFP) - Tharparkar Tourism Project - 30-04-2021
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30th April, 2021
Draft Consultancy Agreement - Tharparkar Tourism Project
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15th January, 2021
Bid Evaluation Report - M9-N5 Link Road Project
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Project Videos

Jhirk Mulla Katiyar Bridge Project (JMK)

Hyderabad MirpurKhas Dual Carriageway (HMDC)

Karachi Thatta Dual Carriageway (KTDC)

Malir Expressway Project Video

Sindh ranked 6th in Asia

Sindh ranked 6th in Asia for Enabling PPPs by The Economist Magazine


Mr. Asad Zamin (Additional Charge)


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01 Sindh Public Private Partnership (Amendment) Act 2018 Download
02 Policy for Public Private Partnership 2017 Download
03 Guidelines for The Project Development Facility 2017 Download
04 Guidelines for Viability Gap Fund 2017 Download
05 Sindh Public Procurement Act 2009 with Rules 2010 (Amended 2019) Download
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