Zimbabwe’s vision 2030 can be fast tracked by strengthening public service provision across the productive sectors of the economy through infrastructure financing models of public private partnerships.

Poor infrastructure services has been due to the stagnation of economic growth in the country and only public private partnerships can be employed as a development financing mechanism to reignite an efficient and effective infrastructure growth said a project development expert from Malawi Mr Charles Msusa.

“Public private partnerships have been used successfully world over when government is incapacitated to provide public service that facilitates economic development,” he said.

Mr Msusa who was speaking on the sidelines of a conference organised by the African Forum and Network on Debt and Development (AFRODAD) said private sector participation brings about inclusivity to economic matters for sustainable development.