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Design and Implementation of UK-India Infrastructure Technical Co-operation Facility (ITCF)

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Project Data Last Updated: 22/01/2020

IATI Identifier: IN-MCA-U74140WB1983PTC036093-ITCF


As part of a wider UK-India partnership on infrastructure, to enable access by India to leading, global expertise in private sector approaches to infrastructure delivery and financing. Department for International Development (DFID) India is supporting the Infrastructure Technical Co-operation Facility (ITCF) to provide technical assistance to government partners in India in order to strengthen private sector investments and reduce the bottlenecks in infrastructure financing and PPPs in India especially in the eight low income states. The Facility is intended to work through Department of Economic Affairs (DEA) with the Central and State government departments, and other Infrastructure Finance Companies to make interventions across infrastructure finance; capacity building; environmental & social sustainability and PPP policies and regulations.

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