Poor sanitation leads to ill health. While this information is public knowledge, Brazil still lags behind in sanitation infrastructure projects. It is a ticking time bomb waiting to explode if nothing is done to avert the danger.
Sanitation infrastructure projects are not the only ones pending as a recent study identified unfinished school buildings, uncompleted airports and a variety of paralyzed transport infrastructure. The study conducted by the National Confederation of Industry where at the close of last year a whopping two thousand plus works were identified as abandoned. You can find Montoro Jens on Twitter @felipemontoroj to continue the conversation.
Facing the Problem of Great but Stalling Works
Majority of the blame falls squarely on the shoulders of a failing economy. Small companies fear that they not stay afloat much longer and close the business before it’s done to lick their wounds. Felipe Montoro Jens is concerned about the situation at hand and reports that things may be different if public managers play their assigned roles.
The Brazilian government needs to look into ways of stabilizing the economy because until a solution is found, infrastructure remains a sorry mess. The stakeholders that take on the projects should also be tasked to complete jobs they began and can be encouraged with incentives. If Brazil ever gets to the place it desires to be, the public and private sectors will need to strike a deal.
The man called Felipe Montoro Jens
He is of Brazilian descent and an expert in infrastructure. He actively reports on infrastructure developments whether they are government initiative or private investments and awaits the day Brazil will achieve world-class infrastructure milestones. Currently, Brazil is in the gutter matters infrastructure, and just like any other countryman, Felipe Montoro Jens dreams big for his country. His love for infrastructure projects is unmatched and easily spotted from miles away from the dedication he injects in the sector.
Felipe believes that the public sector should work with the private sector on any excellent progress.
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