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During the past three decades, infrastructure development has consistently become more organised and planned in many countries. Earlier, infrastructure development was often reactive, under-planned or unplanned. Now, infrastructure development is typically better planned; more proactive and forward looking; and more thoroughly integrated across sectors.
Infrastructure planning has often suffered from political constraints.
A number of factors have contributed to better performance in infrastructure development, including:
International partners, especially those from the private sector, and private sector sources of project funding demand higher standards across all aspects of infrastructure project planning and implementation. Public sector projects, which had previously escaped this type of scrutiny, are now expected to be implemented using international benchmarks. Advances in technology have also contributed to these changes.
These and other factors have forced new approaches to infrastructure development in every sector.
The new infrastructure development landscape requires new elements in planning, implementation and management. These include:
The above factors reinforce the importance of CIP's approach to infrastructure development – every aspect of every project in every sector must be dealt with as a unique case; even compared to seemingly similar projects in the same country