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Agribusiness public-private partnerships

Country case studies – Asia

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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

ASIA

  
   

China

 

Poultry
Target: Value chain development for domestic market
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

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Horticulture (Flowers)
Target: Market infrastructure for increased export access
Typology: Market infrastructure

  [96Kb]

Agricultural machinery
Target: Technology transfer and market development for Chinese machinery in Zimbabwe
Typology: Innovation and technology transfer

  [96Kb]

Rice and maize seed
Target: Develop (and commercialize) certified rice and maize seed to increase productivity and address food security risk
Typology: Innovation and technology transfer

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Agricultural market information
Target: Develop trans-regional information service to provide information to farmers on weather, market prices, ag machinery services etc.
Typology: Business development / advisory services

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Indonesia

 

Oil Palm
Target: Development of oil palm industry
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

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Rice seed
Target: Certified rice seed to increase farmer income and address food security risk
Typology: Innovation and technology transfer

  [102Kb]

Jatropha
Target: Promote application of renewable energy for industrial purposes as per Government regulation
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

  [102Kb]

Vegetable/Sweet pepper
Target: Value chain development for export to Singapore
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

  [103Kb]

Vegetable
Target: Secure supply for domestic retailers (supermarkets) and build agribusiness advisory skills in rural communities
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

  [102Kb]

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

 
   

Pakistan

 

Fruit/Citrus
Target: Value chain development through certification (GlobalGAP) for export access
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

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Fruit/Mango
Target: Value chain development for export access
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

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Dairy
Target: Competitiveness and productive alliance
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

  [101Kb]

Enterprise development
Target: Agribusiness grant program to support value addition by producers
Typology: Business development / advisory services

  [103Kb]

Wheat seed
Target: Drought resistant, certified seed to increase productivity and food security
Typology: Innovation and technology transfer

  [102Kb]

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

 
   

Philippines

 

Fruits and vegetable
Target: Develop agricultural terminal (market infrastructure) to assist producers in surrounding provinces to improve profitability through affordable provision of post-harvest services and marketing facilities
Typology: Market infrastructure

  [102Kb]

Aquaculture
Target: Develop appropriate infrastructure, equipment and favorable investment climate to promote mariculture as major livelihood for coastal fisherfolk
Typology: Market infrastructure

  [103Kb]

Fruit/Mango
Target: Domestic and export value chain development
Typology: Value chain and subsector development

  [100Kb]

Livestock
Target: Improved production and value addition of cattle and hogs through state-of-the-art slaughterhouse
Typology: Market infrastructure

  [102Kb]

Fruit and Vegetable logistics
Target: Improved efficiency and reduction of post-harvest losses through vegetable tramline system to ship upland produce to the lowlands
Typology: Market Infrastructure

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Thailand

 

Vegetable seed (Okre)
Target: Disease free variety for export access
Typology: Innovation and technology transfer

  [102Kb]

Poultry
Target: New technology (fans) developed to increase production efficiency and reduce disease risk
Typology: Innovation and technology transfer

  [103Kb]

Sugar cane
Target: Commercialization of plant disease test kits to reduce production risk
Typology: Innovation and technology transfer

  [102Kb]

Poultry
Target: Biogas technology developed to utilize wastewater from slaughterhouses to reduce greenhouse emissions and improve community health
Typology: Innovation and technology transfer

  [102Kb]

Maize seed
Target: Identification of high performing hybrids adapted to specific geographic conditions
Typology: Innovation and technology transfer

  [102Kb]

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

 



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