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Agribusiness public-private partnerships

Country case studies – Africa

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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
2013


ABSTRACT

In response to the increasing interest in public-private partnerships (PPPs) as an instrument for enhancing investment, risk-sharing and addressing other constraints in pursuit of sustainable and inclusive agribusiness and rural development, in 2010 FAO undertook a global appraisal of agribusiness PPPs implemented in 15 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
This web page provides readers with direct access to the summary tables of 70 cases from 15 countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America that demonstrate the application of public private partnerships in the areas of value chain development, innovation in science and technology, market infrastructure and business development services.
The profile and details of these cases act as a complementary set of resource materials to supplement the 15 national reports (available here), and an overall synthesis document which analyses lessons learnt on factors influencing the success and failure of agribusiness PPPs as well as the drivers, governance and enabling environments for increasing investment in inclusive agri-food sector development.



Table of Contents

AFRICA

  
   

Ghana

 

Cocoa
Target: Commodity enhancement for external markets
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

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Allanblackia
Target: Developing new raw material for food industry
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

  [98Kb]

Sorghum
Target: Transformation of food produce into industrial crop
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

  [101Kb]

Rubber
Target: Revitalization of a moribund industry for the export market
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

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Oil palm
Target: Improving the growth of an agro-industry to improve raw material supply
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

  [99Kb]

See also: Agribusiness public-private partnerships – A country report of Ghana

 
   

Kenya

 

Warehousing
Target: Develop grain storage system and enhance grain trade in the region
Typology: Market infrastructure

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Organic fertilizer
Target: Commercialization of organic fertilizer from public research institute
Typology: Innovation and technology transfer

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Striga-resistant maize
Target: Eradication of Striga weed for increased maize yields and farm productivity
Typology: Innovation and technology transfer

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Mango processing
Target: Promotion of mango value addition and marketing
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

  [102Kb]

See also: Agribusiness public-private partnerships – A country report of Kenya

 
   

Nigeria

 

Dairy, poultry and mixed farming
Target: Create a commercial farming hub in Kwara State of Nigeria
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

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Sugar
Target: Establish a sugar industry covering the entire value chain
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

  [96Kb]

Rice
Target: Achieve self-sufficiency in rice production and promote demand-driven production / value addition of rice
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

  [103Kb]

Poultry/Aquaculture
Target: Youth Empowerment Scheme- Agric- Yes
Typology: Innovation and technology transfer

  [101Kb]

Sustainable integrated farming
Target: Integrated and sustainable rural / agriculture development- propagation of the Songhai model
Typology: Innovation and technology transfer

  [102Kb]

See also: Agribusiness public-private partnerships – A country report of Nigeria

 
   

Tanzania

 

Sugarcane
Target: Resuscitation of sugar industry to enhance value chain performance
Typology: Innovation and technology transfer

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Agro-business
Target: Improving agro-dealer business by strengthening management, technical and related practices
Typology: Business development and advisory services

  [102Kb]

Tea
Target: Private sector collaboration with public research to enhance research performance in tea industry
Typology: Innovation and technology transfer

  [102Kb]

Forestry
Target: Sustainable supply of forest products and services for local and international markets
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

  [101Kb]

See also: Agribusiness public-private partnerships – A country report of the United Republic of Tanzania

 
   

Uganda

 

Sunflower
Target: Boosting sunflower production for industries
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

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Seeds
Target: Provision of licensed seed varieties from research institute for commercialisation
Typology: Innovation and technology transfer

  [101Kb]

Fruit processing
Target: Business incubation to enhance capacity for fresh fruit processing
Typology: Business development and advisory services

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Oil palm
Target: Development of oil palm industry for export market
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

  [103Kb]

See also: Agribusiness public-private partnerships – A country report of Uganda

 



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