T hroughout history, individuals have looked for governments to provide safe avenues for upward mobility and peaceful bridges of progress. With these paths, individuals will be able to bring their gifts and resources to the world. It is not enough for individuals to cast down their buckets where they are, if the buckets land on muddy roads of hopelessness and tracks of endless poverty. However, Pubic-Private Partnerships provide a beacon of light at the end of the tunnel where the financial resources of the private world are combined with the natural land of the government. Pubic-Private Partnerships planned correctly will benefit countries in primarily two ways: 1) the country may not have to pay to build the infrastructure project and 2) after roughly 20 years, the infrastructure project can be transferred to the country. In this paper, we discuss some of the legal advantages of Pubic-Private Partnerships and how all parties can minimize risk to ensure everyone benefits.