Many developing nations are coming out with new and creative ways to fight the problem of sanitation. Brazil has for long been trying to eradicate issues of sanitation from the country to no avail. It is for this reason; the Brazilian Government recently declared it is collaborating with the National Bank for Social and Economic Development to provide grants through the BNDES Program to local bodies that are active in the area of sanitation to empower themselves with resources necessary to combat the problem of sanitation proactively.
Edison Carlos who heads Trata Brasil, one of the most renowned companies in the field of Sanitation, said that the government should be looking into engaging the private sector enterprises to combat the issue of sanitation as that would ensure quick results. Felipe Montoro Jens is regarded as one of the most brilliant infrastructure experts in Brazil, and he also welcomed the government’s decision to give concessions but also said that giving part of the responsibility to fight sanitation problem to the private sector would help in providing a long-term solution.
As per the reports, over ninety percent of the sanitation management in the country is managed by the public sector, and the involvement of the private sector is very less. Felipe Montoro Jens said that fighting the issue of sanitation needs to be systematic and the private sector has firms that can develop effective plans to provide long-term solutions to the problem of sanitation.
Felipe Montoro Jens is the CEO of Energipar Captacao SA and is also associated with many other companies. Felipe Montoro Jens has graduated from one of the most prestigious institutions in Brazil, Getulio Vargas Foundation. Felipe Montoro Jens has studied business management from the world-renowned Thunderbird School of Global Management. He is also on the board of many other national and multi-national companies. http://www.radaroficial.com.br/d/28075923