Rio de Janeiro wants to develop the city’s network of education. They plan to do this through PPPs or Public-Private Partnerships. This will grow the non-pedagogical, maintenance, and structure of the area. According to Felipe Montoro Jens, by 2020 there should be 40,000 new structures in pre-schools and 20,000 new structures in day-care centers in Rio de Janeiro.
The expansion of child education through a PPP in Rio de Janeiro is based off a model in Brazil. The model in Brazil was the very first PPP for schools there. Felipe Montoro Jens suggests the model was celebrated in Belo Horizonte on July 2012. Marcelo Crivella, Rio de Janeiro mayor, made a clear statement on the 40,000 new areas in pre-schools and the 20,000 new areas in day-care buildings. The PPP is to be responsible for administrative and construction of the Infant Education Units. The City Hall will hold responsibility for the school lunches and pedagogical parts.
The PPP will be created through the IFC or International Finance Corporation. They will give expansion program suggestions, implementation suggestions, and consulting programs. The International Finance Corporation was employed for 2.3 million dollars. Felipe Montoro Jens says that this is the biggest developmental private sector that focuses on countries going through development.
Public-Private Partnerships are based on agreements of administrative concessions. This agreement is signed amongst public administration entities. Felipe Montoro Jens explains it as a measure of alternative government to acknowledge scarcity of public service resources. Felipe Montoro Jens has several years of experience in financial strategy and finance. He specializes in infrastructure including finding solutions for corporations and state governments. He shows them how they can become financially responsible and eliminating waste to become more profitable.