Many countries including some developed nations have recently began questioning infrastructure as well as how well developed their child education networks are currently. Specialist in Projects of Infrastructure, Felipe Montoro Jens has been covering and very involved in this process taking place in Rio de Janeiro for some time now. Currently one of the Public-Private Partnerships designed by the municipality of Rio has it’s sights set on the expansion of the city’s child education network. This expansion includes development of the construction, maintenance, and services of educational equipment within the city. Read this article about Montoro Jens at empresassa.com
This expansion not only will benefit the children in need, but it will also create an abundance of jobs for those involved in the construction as well as the finished design. Covering everything from infrastructure to school lunch, this growth is needed to cover those within areas affected. Currently slated to create 20 thousand new places in day-care centers, and 40 thousand new places in pre-schools by 2020, this project is a major move in the private sector. Currently the IFC is responsible for the consulting services and the implementation of the city nursery and pre-schools network through a Public-Private Partnership. The International Finance Corporation was hired for R $2.3 million and is the largest private sector development which focuses on private sector in many developing countries.
The current mayor of Rio de Janeiro, Marcelo Crivella, has made his commitment to the education sector very clear, by reinforcing the numbers. The goal of creating 20,000 new day-care establishments and 40,000 new places in pre-schools has garnered much support for the 2020 completion date. Felipe Montoro Jens has covered the administrative concession agreement that is signed between entities of the public administration. The PPP were created by Law No. 11,079 in December 2004. Establishing general rules for bidding and contracting of PPPs, it is still in effect to this day.