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Brazil: Belo Horizonte Schools

Brazil: Belo Horizonte Schools

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Belo Horizonte, the third largest city in Brazil, has made early education
a priority in an effort to improve the competitiveness of
its workforce in the long term and support the national government’s
policy goals. With support from IFC, it turned to private
sector funding and expertise to expand and strengthen its preschool
and primary school system. The concession—Brazil’s first
public-private partnership in the education sector—was awarded
in July 2012.
Belo Horizonte, the third largest city in Brazil, has made early education
a priority in an effort to improve the competitiveness of
its workforce in the long term and support the national government’s
policy goals. With support from IFC, it turned to private
sector funding and expertise to expand and strengthen its preschool
and primary school system. The concession—Brazil’s first
public-private partnership in the education sector—was awarded
in July 2012.

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Published by: World Bank Group Public-Private Partnerships on Jul 12, 2013
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Tis series provides an overview of  successful public-private partnerships in various infrastructure sectors,where IFC was the lead advisor.
IFC Advisory Services inPublic-Private Partnerships2121 Pennsylvania Ave. NWWashington D.C. 20433ifc.org/ppp
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Belo Horizonte, the third largest city in Brazil, has made early ed-ucation a priority in an eort to improve the competitiveness oits workorce in the long term and support the national govern-ment’s policy goals. With support rom IFC, it turned to privatesector unding and expertise to expand and strengthen its pre-school and primary school system. The concession—Brazil’s frstpublic-private partnership in the education sector—was awardedin July 2012.
Brazil: Belo Horizonte Schools
The Educar Consortium, led by Odebrecht, a leading Brazilian construction company,won the 20-year concession to construct primary schools and preschool acilities. Itwill also operate non-pedagogical services, such as maintenance and security. Thepartnership will expand access to early education in Belo Horizonte, reaching 18,000additional children and creating new jobs in the education sector. IFC’s advisory services or this project were supported by the Brazil Private SectorPartnership, a joint partnership o IFC with the Brazilian National DevelopmentBank (BNDES) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).

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