Projects Publicly Available






SOURCE is the multilateral platform for quality infrastructure led and funded by the Multilateral Development Banks. It brings about systemic change in the way governments prepare, procure and implement their infrastructure projects. SOURCE is implemented by the Sustainable Infrastructure Foundation (SIF).

SOURCE provides a comprehensive map of all aspects to take into account to develop quality and sustainable infrastructure, covering governance, technical, economic, legal, financial, environmental and social issues. It uses sector-specific sets of questions covering all the stages of the project cycle, spanning from project definition to operation and maintenance with the objective to strengthen the capacity of project developers. SOURCE provides :


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Standard Procurement



  • Energy 15% 15%
  • Social Infrastructure 20% 20%
  • Transport 41% 41%
  • Urban Services 9% 9%
  • Water & Waste 15% 15%


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Projects by country


“As the world’s first project preparation platform, SOURCE is fundamentally changing the way infrastructure is developed in today’s digital age and represents the most collaborative initiative in the domain.”

Christophe Dossarps

CEO, Sustainable Infrastructure Foundation (SIF)

“We at the IaDB are beginning to work with and implement SOURCE in our partner countries, first we start with trainings and with trying to make SOURCE the standard, because it is the means to communicating, achieving transparency and making a checklist of products that need to be incorporated into our projects.”

José Agustin Aguerre

Inter-American Development Bank (IaDB)

“SOURCE provides a standard, a common language. SOURCE as a tool is critical to improving transparency. SOURCE sends a signal to the market that the better prepared a project is, the less the marketplace has to think about doing due diligence.”

Emmanuel Nyirinkindi

International Finance Corporation (IFC), Sustainable Infrastructure Foundation (SIF)