Felipe Montoro Jens is a Principal at Odebrecht Partipacoes e Investimentos SA, and a Project Infrastructure Specialist. Felipe Montoro Jens finished his bachelor’s degree at the Getulio Vargas Foundation, and completed his graduate degree at the Global Management’s Thunderbird School.
According to him the Public-Private Partnership or the PPP in the Municipality of Rio de Janeiro was intended for the construction twenty thousand new daycare centers as well as forty thousand new pre-schools before 2020 ends.
The World Bank Group’s International Finance Corporation, which is responsible in the provision of consultation service to decide the various factors of the cited project, has been called upon to provide its services for the development of the project in the amount of R$2.3 million. Felipe Montoro Jens clarified that the IFC or the International Finance Corporation is the biggest sector for private development that concentrates on the development of the private sector within countries.
The Public-Private Partnership of Rio de Janeiro which is meant for the network of education of children is similar to Brazil’s Public-Private Partnership schools in Brazil which were launched on July 2012 at Mina Gerais’ capital, Belo Horizonte. And during Mayor Marcelo Crivella’s candidacy, his platform has already included the building of 40,000 pre-schools and 20,000 daycare centers for the education division. View felipemontorojens.com to learn more
In the Public-Private Partnership (PPP), the private partner will be in-charge of the maintenance and construction of the Infant Education Units or EDIs while the City Hall (the public counterpart) will oversee the learning portion or educational dissemination of the project.
Felipe Montoro Jens said that the PPP is a contract or agreement which is participated into by private entities and public offices like Unions, Municipalities, States, etc. The agreement stipulates that the private entities are given concessionary privileges that are primarily set prior to the beginning of public works.
The PPP was ratified by Law No. 11079 on the 20th of December 2004. The stipulated laws are made up of PPP guidelines on bidding and contracting. The law was activated as an option for the government to be able to provide the required public services regardless of cash fund insufficiency. Read more: https://www.baptista.com.br/felipe-montoro-jens-reporta-que-brasileiros-estao-entre-os-mais-insatisfeitos-do-mundo-com-a-infraestrutura-de-seu-pais/