Felipe Montoro Jens is the current Chief Executive Officer of Odebrecht Properties. Mr. Felipe Montoro Jens has over 25 years of experience as an infrastructure specialist and corporate waste identification consultant. Felipe has been reporting on Brazil’s economic situation and assessing suggested solutions in recent years, leveraging his experience in waste identification in the energy oil and gas sectors. Felipe Montoro Jens noted the country has really been exploring public private partnerships as the best solution to keep the enormous deficit in check, while creating jobs for the citizens and making much needed upgrades various public facilities and resources.
In the Northeast section of the country, in the state of Pernambucana there is currently a massive public private partnership project to expand the sanitation sectors. Pernambucana Sanitation Company (COMPESA) and the National Bank for Economic and Social Development is working to find new investors from the private sectors to accelerate the public private partnerships in 15 states. The current President of COMPESA, said he is excited and eager the funds provided by the World Bank and funding from Inter America Bank. Visit infomoney.com to learn more.
Felipe Montor Jens has reported on many efforts like that in Pernambucana in numerous areas throughout Brazil. There is another big public private partnership in Piaui. Piaui is upgrading its current internet public architecture access network. Piaui’s public private partnership is planning the installation of high speed fiber optic cabling, and installing about 1,500 access points. This internet upgrade is going to impact 2.1 million people in the state Piaui.
The federal government of Brazil also announced the investment of R $ 44 billion to create 57 projects, impacting 22 sectors in 2018. Of the 57 projects, Felipe Montoro Jens reported more than half of the projects will not be started until October 2018 through the end of the year. Rio de Janeiro is currently expanding its early childcare network. Rio de Janeiro will be building 20,000 new daycare centers and 40,000 new preschools by 2020.
Felipe Montoro Jens reported the number of public private partnerships has increased over the last 10 years, but there is a need for many more PPPs moving forward.