Brazil’s Sanitation Partnership

Brazil has become an important financial hub and has some very talented people managing many of its growing companies. Some of these companies work with the government of Brazil as well as other countries around the world. One of these business leaders is Felipe Montoro Jens, who specializes in the finance and infrastructure industries.

 

Felipe Montoro Jens has been in leadership positions in many well know Brazilian and international organizations. He has developed a reputation as a strong leader with many talents, and is well respected for his business skills. He is particularly known for being a specialist in overseeing major infrastructure projects.

 

The Brazilian government is working to improve the sanitation services throughout the country. The government is conceding to allow private companies to help with these complicated projects. Edison Carlos, who is the president of Trata Brasil, which is an organization that focuses on sanitation issues in Brazil is interested in a new initiative. The new concept is to coordinate both state and private companies and organizations to work together to improve water management and sewer networks in the country.

 

As an infrastructure expert, Felipe Montoro Jens believes that he current situation in Brazil requires strong oversight to assure there is a financial benefit to the public institutions involved in these projects. The goal is finding the right balance of government organizations and private companies to provide the best services to the citizens of the country at the best price possible.

 

Edison Carlos likes the concept of forming these partnerships to improve the lives of the people of Brazil, but he wants to make sure there are inspections by the government institutions to assure the private companies involved are fulfilling there contracts as required. Edison wants to make sure there are clear objectives in rewarding contracts to these private companies.